A labor market study last week found that German women are paid 22 percent less on average than their male counterparts.
In 2015, hundreds of thousands of refugees arrived in Germany. Just under a third of asylum claims that year came from women and girls. For some, coming here has offered a new sense of independence. For others, that's part of the difficulty – especially when it comes to job hunting.
Siemens slashing 6,900 jobs worldwide - Volkswagen sets its hopes on China - Women are just 22% of management in Germany
A new study has found minor improvements in female representation in top management positions. But gender equality is still only a dream for many German companies.
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