Deutsche Post DHL now employs 50 refugees in Germany. Three times that number are working as interns.
Managers say hiring refugees benefits the company.
Jobs in hotels are hard work. There is a lot of shift work and the pay isn't the best so lots of positions remain unfilled. But now in Amsterdam there is an initiative to fill those jobs with refugees. Such jobs help them earn money and integrate into society more quickly.
Ending an impasse in Angela Merkel's coalition, Hans-Georg Maassen is changing jobs. The move is a compromise between Social Democrats, who demanded his removal, and conservative Interior Minister Horst Seehofer.
Despite gloomy headlines about the asylum policy debate, a majority view life with their immigrant and non-immigrant neighbors positively. The study still noted an East-West split, as well as a divide on headscarves.
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