Nadine Klose lives in Leipzig. She may be a nurse, but the health insurance companies dictate just how much care and comfort she can provide. And taking time to actually talk to patients is not factored into her schedule.
Different bosses, different rights: whether Germans are allowed to strike for better working conditions depends on if they work for a private employer, the church or the state. And that's just one of the rules.
It's a gloomy prognosis, but a new study claims that by 2040 Germany could suffer from a major shortage of specialized skilled workers to fill important jobs. So far Berlin has not really taken notice.
Newcomers to Germany face a variety of challenges when searching for a job. Several refugees told InfoMigrants about their struggles finding employment in Germany.
Weeks after Cambodia cracked down on its commercial surrogacy industry, an Australian woman is facing trafficking charges. The industry was recently banned in Thailand, India and Nepal as well.
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