Informative blog for expats in Germany on health, social, family and work issues in English, Spanish and Italian.
The labor market in Germany has been changing in recent times. More and more workers are moving away from the typical 9-5 job and into freelance work, which allows them more self-determination in thei
In Germany, the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (BMAS), through a funding program, is contributing to strengthening independent social politics research.
German citizenship is highly coveted because it guarantees many advantages; however, it is by no means easy to obtain. In fact, compared to the European average, Germany ranks rather low in the statis
On the 1st of November 2022, a job fair took place in Berlin during the Karrieretag (career day), an event where many companies come looking for new employees to fit into their workforce. We decided t
The Bürgergeld is a new social policy designed by the German government to curb the rising of unemployment. It is a sum of money destined to those who don’t have a job and are at risk of being marg