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More Germans Relying on Two Jobs to Get By

More Germans Relying on Two Jobs to Get By

This according to Deutsche Welle: Almost 2.66 million people in Germany pursued more than just one job towards the end of 2012, the Federal Labor Agency (BA) reported. According to the Monday edition of the regional newspaper “Freie Presse”, the figure marked another rise by 59,000 people compared to the level reached a year earlier, […]

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Is the Eurozone Starting to Drag Down Germany?

Is the Eurozone Starting to Drag Down Germany?

That’s the fear raised in a recent Deutsche Welle article: The total number of people out of work in Germany fell by 46,174 in June in unadjusted terms, to stand at 2.809 million, the Federal Employment Agency (BA) in Nuremberg reported on Thursday. On a year-on-year basis, the number fell by 84,000 people. The unadjusted […]

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Europe Paying a Price for Sustainable Agriculture

Europe Paying a Price for Sustainable Agriculture

According to Deutsche Welle, Europe is experiencing an egg crisis set off by recent regulations intended to promote more humane farming practices: An EU ban on hen battery cages has caused egg prices to reach record levels, with the food industry hardest hit by short supplies, the EU Commission said. The shortage is expected to […]

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