Rüdiger Wettstädt from the eastern German town of Pritzwalk is very busy man. He runs and Internet shop and a kiosk, and also works as a private detective, a DJ and a real estate broker. We visited him to find out: where does he ever get the time?
Working in Germany is a dream for many people from the poorer Balkan states. But the lengthy bureaucratic process to obtain a visa is making it impossible for some, and not all employers can wait.
The US Federal Reserve has raised its key lending rate by another quarter-point — the second time in 2018, and aimed at staying ahead of growing inflation amid strong growth and robust employment.
Almost 8,000 people working for the German government were given time-limited contracts without a reason, according to a report. Berlin's practices contradict the government's plans to keep those contracts to a minimum.
It's hard to please everyone. Although the US unemployment rate has dropped to a level not seen in over 17 years, analysts insisted the job market in the world's largest economy had underperformed in April.
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