Our studio guest is Martin Krzywdzinski, a labor market researcher at the Social Science Research Center in Berlin. He speaks to us about why Germans tend to value job security, and the benefits of staying with an employer.
Ok, we all know about the ostentatious wind machines and the glitter. But here are 10 things about the Eurovision Song Contest that might surprise you, in the titillating lead-up to Saturday's oh-so-fabulous finale.
Only a quarter of all workers worldwide have stable employment contracts, leading to growing job insecurity as well as increased inequality, says a new report by the International Labour Organization (ILO).
South Korean electronics company Samsung has begun construction of a huge new chip plant south of Seoul that will play a major role in satisfying soaring global demand for high-end semiconductors.
Since the Ukraine crisis, NATO has been monitoring airspace over the Baltic states, which is regularly violated by Russia. In Ämari, Estonia, the British Air force is set to take over from Spain. Volker Witting reports.