41,000 more people were out of a job this August compared to the same time last year. Germany's Minister for Labour and Social Affairs says it is due to the summer break many companies take.
The jobless rate in Germany declined to a new all-time low in February, underscoring the strength of the country's labor market that is fueling a consumption-led upswing in Europe's biggest economy.
President Nana Akufo-Addo has promised to create thousands of jobs. But it’s a daunting challenge and many young people remain skeptical over the government's ability to deliver.
With the EU easing travel restrictions for Ukrainians, Warsaw is worried fewer of its eastern neighbors will come to Poland for work. Cheap Ukrainian labor has helped contain inflation and boost growth.
Raids across the state of North Rhine-Westphalia have broken up an organized crime network involved in illegal employment at construction sites. Hundreds of construction companies are believed to be involved.
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