The number of jobless in Europe's biggest economy dropped to less than three million in March.
Hundreds of thousands of new jobs in Germany are being done by workers from Eastern Europe, according to government figures. Employment figures in July were 700,000 higher than in the previous year.
With high youth unemployment rates in Kenya even many university graduates can't find jobs and so decide to make a living as street hawkers. Vocational training could help give more young people the skills they need to find better jobs. Some organizations are currently trying to scale up this kind of training, including the German development organization GIZ.
Many Spaniards are returning to their country since the economy started picking up. The unemployment rate went down from 27 percent in 2013 to 15 percent this year. Even if many jobs are temporary.
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