Last Sunday, when Bavaria voted to shift the local political balance for the first time in 60 years and send the cold shiver of irrelevance down the spines of major traditional party leaders, structural factors were invoked. So, has the population structure really changed that much during the past electoral cycle? Let's have a look. … Continue reading Germany – A Country of Immigrants?
Only three more days until 2017! But before we leave 2016 behind to embark on new adventures, here are some of the most interesting linguistic news directly from the ATA headquarters: Wikitongues, a non-profit organization based in New York, wants to help preserve and record linguistic diversity. It has volunteers in 40 countries, who have recorded over … Continue reading 2016 Translation News
According to a 2015 report by the Institute for Labor Market and Occupation Research (IAB) of the German Federal Agency for Labor (Bundesagentur für Arbeit), the unemployment rates of Romanian citizens in Germany were significantly below those of other immigrants. In November 2014, the unemployment rates of Romanians in Germany stood at 7,1%, less than half … Continue reading Romanians, among the best integrated on the German labor market according to IAB