Unemployment among young people in Spain remains extremely high, while sectors of the German job market are seeking trainees. So why not move to Germany? One Spaniard did - to work as a hotel trainee in Potsdam.
Germany courts young foreign workers
Successive governments have tried to find answers for France’s disaffected banlieues — a code word for the high-crime suburbs that surround Paris. Can French President Emmanuel Macron succeed where others have failed?
Seasonally adjusted unemployment has remained unchanged in the 19-member euro area, fresh figures from the statistics office have shown. Joblessness is currently at its lowest level since December 2008.
The number of jobless Germans rose slightly in December compared with the previous month. But on an annual basis there have never been more people employed in Europe's biggest economy in the past 27 years.
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