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.
Despite Germany's booming economy and social safety net, more youth in Germany are living under the poverty line, says a new study. But the trend does not hold for German-born children. DW's Kathleen Schuster reports.
Berlin reportedly plans to cut funding for its "one-euro job" employment scheme for refugees. The Institute for Labor Market estimates meanwhile that 50 percent of refugees will be employed within five years of arrival.
From Germany to Poland, youth attitudes toward immigration and refugees differ starkly, a survey by Germany's Bertelsmann Foundation has found. But regardless of west or east, EU youth back the bloc.
The German Federal Volunteer Service offers various opportunities to people of all ages where they can serve society in their spare time. Refugees in Cologne can now sign up for a new program to help people like them.
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