The unemployment crises in countries like Spain is forcing people to think about making a move. Many are following the jobs trail north. We profile a Spanish project manager at Airbus in Germany.
Robust growth in some eurozone countries supported the 19-member currency bloc's recovery in the first quarter, driving down rampant unemployment. But a further drop in inflation shows that the upswing remains fragile.
Germany has kept unemployment at historic lows, indicating that the recovery of Europe's biggest economy remains on track. The domestic labor market seems unfazed by global uncertainties and the influx of refugees.
Joblessness in the euro currency area fell slightly in February as growth remained tepid. The sovereign debt crisis is still hampering job creation in Greece and Spain, while the German labor market continues to shine.
In a painful new video, normal men are forced to read the online comments that are written to female sports journalists. The video has opened a huge discussion about online harrassment against women.
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