Unemployment in Germany fell to 5.8 % in October. But economists warn the figures could rise substantially in the coming years as migrants begin looking for jobs.
The number of unemployed people in Germany is continuing its downward trend, reflecting the current robustness of Europe’s largest economy, supported by strong domestic spending and solid global trade.
A surprising number of migrants have found work as the German economy prospers, new statistics show. But studies have also found that non-EU migrants continue to make up a disproportionate number of welfare recipients.
The German government has concluded its two-day retreat by emphasizing the importance of domestic jobs and foreign policy. But have the coalition parties buried their differences enough to work together effectively?
Church employers who advertise jobs must submit themselves to scrutiny by secular courts, the European Court of Justice has ruled. The case was brought by a non-confessional anti-discrimination expert in Berlin.
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