Germany says new rules aimed at attracting foreign professionals have worked as hoped. The law adopted last year makes it easier for foreign education degrees to be recognized on the German job market.
A slowdown in the German economy in the third quarter has raised recession fears. Economy Minister Peter Altmaier thinks a package of tax cuts and other measures are needed to shore up future economic growth.
The UN says countries aren't doing enough to integrate a growing number of refugee children into their national education systems. A new report has revealed that Germany alone requires tens of thousands of new teachers.
Ryanair cabin crew in Germany have endorsed key points of a potential job-safeguard deal with the Irish airline, the German union ver.di reports. The low-cost airline still objects to a works council to represent staff.
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.
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