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  • German employment at an all-time high
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    Re:publica (2014) ©
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German employment at an all-time high

Germany has got it good; it skipped the recession, house prices and rent costs are low, and Germans take more holiday time than any other nation in Europe. This is a relaxed and happy nation. And new research shows that on top of all this, it has one of the best employment rates, too.

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