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What and where are the best and worst paid jobs in Germany?
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What and where are the best and worst paid jobs in Germany?

Ever wondered what the top and flop professions are in Deutschland in terms of income, or which states and cities offer the highest salaries?

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Dubrovnik Riviera: Take a break in the jewel of Croatia

Dubrovnik Riviera: Take a break in the jewel of Croatia

Don't be fooled into thinking Dubrovnik itself is all this virtually untouched Riviera has to offer.

 
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I arrived in Berlin expecting a giddy European adventure. Instead I got depression
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I arrived in Berlin expecting a giddy European adventure. Instead I got depression

Floraidh Clement meticulously prepared for her arrival in Germany by scouring expat blogs for tips. One thing she never encountered though was what she needed most: advice on mental health issues.

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Meet the Norwegian who's scored more Champions League goals than Ronaldo

Meet the Norwegian who's scored more Champions League goals than Ronaldo

Football superstars Ada Hegerberg and Liv Cooke are fronting a new UEFA campaign that encourages young girls to kick off careers in ‘the beautiful game'.

 
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Germany to accept 10,000 refugees as part of EU-wide programme

Germany to accept 10,000 refugees as part of EU-wide programme

As part of an EU-wide resettlement programme, Germany has promised to take in refugees from North Africa and the Middle East. Though critics say the country is accepting too few.

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What's next for Americans who are behind on their taxes?

What's next for Americans who are behind on their taxes?

Get in the know so you don't get into trouble.

 
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Karl Marx

Karl Marx's birth city sells ‘zero-euro' bills for his 200th birthday

In Rheinland-Pfalz, Marx's 200th birthday bash is bringing in a lot of capital. Whether the communist philosopher would have been down with this commerce is hard to say.

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Germany's new government already bogged down in spat over refugee reunions

A scuffle over immigration has marred the first weeks in office of Chancellor Angela Merkel's fourth coalition, promising anything but smooth sailing in the years ahead for the loveless left-right alliance.

Berlin takes lead: 2 million affordable apartments lacking in Germany

Berlin takes lead: 2 million affordable apartments lacking in Germany

The nation's capital has a problem that it shares with 76 other major cities in Germany. According to a study published on Monday, Berlin leads the way as the German metropolis with the largest shortage of affordable apartments.

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Volkswagen sacks CEO Müller after less than 3 years in job: report

Volkswagen sacks CEO Müller after less than 3 years in job: report

Scandal-hit car giant Volkswagen said Tuesday it has sacked its chief executive Matthias Müller, German media report.

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ETA begs forgiveness for 'pain and harm' it caused victims and families

ETA begs forgiveness for 'pain and harm' it caused victims and families

The Basque separatist group ETA apologised Friday for the "pain" and "harm" it caused during its decades-long campaign of violence, and appealed to its victims for forgiveness.

 

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Eight wonderful ways to celebrate spring in Germany

Eight wonderful ways to celebrate spring in Germany

Warm weather has descended on Germany since Easter and spring is now truly in full swing! To bring in the much missed sun, here's a list of eight ways to relish the spring season.

'Using language apps won

'Using language apps won't get your German skills where you need them'

Relying on language learning apps is like putting old wine in new bottles. Put down your mobile phone if you want a more rewarding and profound connection to the German language, argues seasoned German teacher Michael Schmitz.

7 fantastic events going on around Germany in April 2018

7 fantastic events going on around Germany in April 2018

Germany is one the verge of throwing off its winter shackles and blooming both literally and culturally. We offer you tips from a Bach-themed Bacchanalia in Thuringia to a gamer's delight in Berlin.

Where are the vacant jobs in Germany and which industries are most in demand?
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Where are the vacant jobs in Germany and which industries are most in demand?

More than 1.2 million vacant employment positions across Germany were recorded at the end of 2017, according to a new report. But where are the majority of these openings located and what are the sectors most in need of workers?

Everything you need to know about setting up a business in Germany
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Everything you need to know about setting up a business in Germany

Ever dreamed of setting up a cafe in your favourite Kiez? Always wanted to plug that huge gap in the German market? Setting up a business in Germany can be a daunting prospect, but help is at hand in our comprehensive guide.

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Half a million students in Germany suffer from a mental health illness: study

Half a million students in Germany suffer from a mental health illness: study

Over one in six students across the country now have a mental health illness, according to a new study.