Inverse - February 2018
"Wednesday should have been a fantastic day for Germany, Europe’s largest economy.
Newly released government figures showed that the country’s unemployment had fallen to 5.4 percent, the lowest number since its reunification in 1990. And while this was certainly good news, it was marred by the start of 24-hour strikes by the powerful labor union IG Metall, which represents 3.9 million German workers in the country’s key metal and electrical engineering sectors.
Around the world, alongside the advancement of technologies that increase production rates, there’s been a growing debate about what exactly the “future of work” looks like, with a new focus on quality of life outside of work."
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