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
As a general election looms next month, the latest unemployment data from Europe's largest economy shows a strong jobs market. At the same time the eurozone is also on track to reach its inflation targets.
The number of jobless Germans rose slightly in July, but remains at a historical low for the month thanks to robust economic growth in the country boosted by the recovery in the eurozone.
A strong Europe means a strong Germany and vice versa, says Dr. Viviane Reding. The next German chancellor faces unprecedented challenges and must show real leadership.
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