The number of jobless in Europe's biggest economy dropped to less than three million in March.
The jobless rate in Europe's biggest economy fell to its lowest October level since German unification nearly three decades ago. But brisk job creation and robust growth threaten to boost inflation in the months ahead.
Ever wondered why the German economy is so robust? Small to medium-sized businesses specializing in essential but easily overlooked items deserve much of the credit, DW's Kate Ferguson believes.
South Africans are six times more likely to be unemployed than other adults worldwide. In a country that has a higher unemployment rate than the USA during the Great Depression of the 1920s, youth unemployment stands at over 60%. Employment incubators are trying to diffuse this ticking time bomb by offering the country’s young people basic workplace skills and connecting them with job opportunitie
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