German companies are in the forefront of the integration process in Germany, offering extra training positions and even jobs for refugees. They also help refugees to pursue higher education.
Germany's pension system will soon fail to serve the people who will need retirement assistance most, according to a new study. Women, part-timers and people left unemployed for long stretches are most threatened.
Urban redevelopment in Altena in northwest Germany is at the heart of a successful refugee resettlement program. The story resonates on Architecture day, where the motto is for architecture to "create quality of life."
An increasing number of old people in Germany face the risk of being stuck in poverty in the coming years, says a new study. Single women, low-qualified workers and long-term unemployed are among those starkly affected.
Limited German language skills and an unclear understanding of legal contracts make refugees easy victims for companies. But one consumer services office has some tips to avoid debt defaults and long-term payments.
© 2017 Deutsche Welle |
Legal notice |
| Mobile version