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City of Ghent looks to integrate Roma families coming to Belgium
EU member states are being urged by civil society to implement national Roma strategies they previously signed up to.
Intel to build a new €17 billion chip manufacturing hub in Germany
The US chipmaker plans to invest over €80 billion in Europe in the next decade to ease a global shortage of semiconductors.
Helping in a crisis: the EU's emergency loans to neighbour countries
In this episode, Real Economy travels to North Macedonia to find out about the EU's macro-financial assistance.
EU unemployment falls as COVID measures recede
While the number of jobless is down on a year earlier, youth unemployment is as high as 30% in Spain and Greece.
Travel with the seasons: The dream life of a timeless ski instructor
The experts tell us just how to turn your hobby into a job by becoming a travelling ski instructor.
These are the jobs that will need filling in the metaverse
Progressive technologists are carving out a vision for the future of jobs in the metaverse. There are new virtual careers up for grabs.
Green jobs: ‘Army of plumbers’ needed to help UK reach net-zero target
Thousands of green jobs could be created but progress is being threatened by a critical skills shortage.
‘New Hope’ cooperative for migrant women finding work in Italy
An Italian initiative that started 20 years ago continues to provide women, mainly of African origin, the opportunity to escape the legacy of human trafficking and start a new life.
Japanese firefighter moonlighting as YouTube gamer has pay slashed
The man said he didn't realise his hobby would break Japan's rules on public employees holding second jobs.
The Great Resignation: Is the US workers' revolution coming to Europe?
While the number of people leaving their jobs in the US has soared, European job markets have stabilised. Is Europe bucking the Great Resignation?
"Squid game" in a civil service competition in Indonesia.
An unusual antidote to the stress of recruitment exams has been offered to candidates hoping to join a civil service department in Indonesia.
Facebook plans to hire 10,000 workers in EU to build 'metaverse'
Facebook says the five-year investment in a new computing platform is "a vote of confidence in the strength of the European tech industry."
Germany to slash renewable energy fees to ease burden of higher bills
A typical German household has seen bills rise by 9.3% over the past 12 months.
100k jobs lost in UK travel sector due to 'complicated' restrictions
The British government's travel restrictions have "choked off" this summer's travel trade and now jobs are being cut as a result, according to an industry body.
Former French PM François Fillon faces fresh 'fake jobs' investigation
Former French prime minister François Fillon is facing a new investigation into reports he hired a parliamentary assistant with public money to write his 2017 presidential candidate book.
Why COVID is making people quit their jobs to go and work on a farm
This year is the 50th anniversary of WWOOFING - which stands for World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms.
A day with a fisherman: Why it's one of the world's most dangerous job
Every year, dozens of European fishermen die at sea and hundreds are injured. Have you ever thought about the people behind the fish on your plate? #Ocean
The European fishermen in need of a safety net
Every year dozens of European fishermen die at sea. Hundreds get injured. What could be done to make this job safer? We take a look at the life of fishermen and what is being done to protect them.
Preserving fish stocks to help save fishermen's lives
Reducing the hours fishermen spend at sea could be beneficial to depleted fishing stocks and help with their fatigue that is often the cause of accidents at sea. Ocean talks to a trade unionist in Emilia-Romagna to see what is being done to protect fishermen and fish.
Is France’s bike industry on the road to a ‘Made in Europe’ comeback?
'Made in Asia’ dumping methods have damaged Europe’s industries. Can the European Union rescue the ‘made in Europe’ market and save European jobs? Unreported heads to France to take a look at the bike industry and its European comeback.