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  • Germans choose to work in their free time
  • Germans choose to work in their free time
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Germans choose to work in their free time

Despite Germany’s relatively healthy economy, the population’s wages have been stagnating since the 1990s. As a result, Germans are increasingly spending their leisure time working a second job, from waiting in restaurants to working on the black market.



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