Fresh data on the German labor market have shown the number of people looking for a job in Europe’s powerhouse economy has gone up marginally. But experts say it’s a seasonal effect not to be worried about.
Germany’s Federal Labor Office (BA) said Tuesday it recorded 23,000 job-seekers more across the country in August as compared with the previous month.
The total number of jobless people rose to 2.796 million, the agency said at a news conference in Nuremberg.
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