Labor shortage prompts Germany to recruit from southern Europe

07/19/2011 | Deutsche Welle (Germany)

The German government is trying to attract highly skilled workers from southern Europe, where unemployment is high, said Monika Varnhagen, director of Germany's Federal Employment Agency. Germany is short about 150,000 skilled workers, mostly in industries that require math and science knowledge, the agency says.

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