Economy

Berlin Program Helps Minorities Enter Workforcei
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June 18, 2013 4:40 PM
German Chancellor Angela Merkel caused a stir three years ago when she declared the country's integration policies a failure. Since that time, though, several new programs have sprung up with the aim of giving immigrants a fair shot at a career in Europe's largest economy. One such program is called Berlin Needs You - and, as Michael Scaturro reports - it has been successful placing minority youths into full-time jobs.

Berlin Program Helps Minorities Enter Workforce

Published June 18, 2013

German Chancellor Angela Merkel caused a stir three years ago when she declared the country's integration policies a failure. Since that time, though, several new programs have sprung up with the aim of giving immigrants a fair shot at a career in Europe's largest economy. One such program is called Berlin Needs You - and, as Michael Scaturro reports - it has been successful placing minority youths into full-time jobs.


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