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oh, nico he's in germany to learn german. hello, ben. why not learn with him online? on your mobile and free chest c w e learning course. eco's big. hm. ah, us employers keep up the hiring spray. fresh job figures reveal yet another month of gains for wages and payrolls are wall street correspond. it breaks down why this could be bad, may the support inflation and with nearly 2 vacant positions for every one unemployed worker in the us, it's a job seekers market. employers are contending with a workforce that's wielding it's new, found power and ukrainian refugees set up shop in germany. freelance workers try to
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return to business as usual, while war wages on back home. this is d w business. i'm christy. platinum, berlin, welcome. the u. s. added 428000 jobs in april, extending a streak of solid hiring that has persisted despite chronic supply shortages record inflation, and the russian war against ukraine. friday's jobs report from the labor department showed that last month hiring kept the unemployment rate at 3.6 percent. just above the lowest level. in half a century. employers have added at least 400000 jobs per month for 12 straight months, even as the u. s. economy faces, it's worst about of inflation in for decades. well for more in depth, let's go to the new york soccer change in our financial correspondent, young cortex. so again, these new figures showed us that wage growth was very strong last month as well,
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but not as strong as inflation. where does this leave us workers and us consumers? how are they feeling about this? i work with the and if you can tell there's even some construction here on wall street. so talking about them jobs, but yeah, i mean if you look at the wage growth, as you mentioned, i mean that's the problem right now. yes, the wages are increasing, but the cost of living is increasing even more so. living for a lot of americans at the end of the day, less money. and if you look at the term in the united states, it is not necessarily grade partly because of inflation. we also got some news that actually housing becomes a bigger issue. eviction for example, here in new york. but this is just one of plenty examples are on the rise. so the motor, not grades, even if as you mentioned, wages are rising. right, well, i mean, not only are we just rising, also we have near record low unemployment in april. but we know that this made
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investors quite jumpy today. tell us why that is. do christy? yes. jumpy is definitely the word of the entire week. if you want to put it that way, we saw a huge swing. so it was not just because of labor report while we saw those white wild wings. i mean, at some point, the friday session gucci were down by more than 500 points. and all of a sudden the market traded to the upside. by the end of the day, we lost about $100.00 points in the del jones industrial leverage and debt. by the way, for blue chips marks the 6 consecutive week that we see lots of. so inflation is one of the hot topics, but also we got a lot of companies that have issues with their earnings reports under armor, for example, was one of those examples on friday they're having issues with the lock downs in china with high afraid cars. so there's
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a lot we have to deal with at this point and that way, overall, the market is jumpy and could remain. so that was yann's corta under construction in new york, have a great weekend. well, the hiring boom in the u. s. is coming off the back of a year in which record numbers of employees quit their jobs. the trend began during the pandemic and has brought about a dramatic shift in the balance of power in the u. s. job market. den, vic is an entrepreneur, he makes coca dumber japanese style plants potted in most bowls. he quit his job waiting tables in september. you're making 3 or $4.00 an hour your your wage as completely dependent on tips on from the people that come in. only a few guests came to his restaurant during the pandemic. danville says that on some days he received no tips at all. he doesn't regret quitting. now here and more money and can make his own schedule. 47000000 workers in the u. s. quit their jobs
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in 2021. november saw a record high of 4500000 resignations above all young employees, especially those in precarious working conditions quit. in many cases, they didn't change labor sector just employer. and that was also the case with aaron fincher. she used to work in marketing in a small town, but her employer didn't off her flexible hours or the chance of working from home. i didn't feel valued as a person. and, and i didn't feel like they valued my safety and my family safety. aaron gave birth to her 1st child a year ago and she wants to spend more time with him. now that she works as a designer for the government, she can work from home. they offer full parental leave, paid parental leave. um which is awesome if i wanted to have another kid um and they offer a daycare subsidies. aaron struck wiley. iron was hot for the 1st time in
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a long time. job hunters can afford to be choosy when looking for work, according to experts, because is of abundant fiscal stimulus, consumers, well, lots of money. a lot of retirements and older workers staying out of the labor market. job opportunities for younger americans are abundant. the pandemic has given many people, one thing time dan vick was able to use his extra time to build up his plant business and learn how to do so on the internet. aaron used her time to discover what was important to her. she says that her job is a means to an end and family takes priority. i think a lot of people are realizing at this point that it's not the most important thing and you are a person outside of that and you should be a person outside of your employer and your work work isn't everything and shouldn't be everything. many people seem to be coming to this realization right now. perhaps not in spite of but due to the pandemic. thousands of ukrainians are arriving
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in european countries every day as they flee war in their country. besides a place to stay, many of them need jobs. 4 weeks ago you will have fled to berlin from her hometown key. if the video editor is living with me, sheila, whose company helps freelancers navigate german bureaucracy together. they came up with a project filling tutorials to help ukrainian refugees find freelance work with the cape. a combination was now done when it is so 190000 ukrainians, leafs here. so in all of them looking for work, the 2 just organized their 1st information event for ukrainians, hoping to jump into the job market straight away. and i can offer you better. hopefully. maybe for some of you, for lensing in germany it's, it's an optional can help you and your money. many of the almost 4000000 ukrainians
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who fled from the russian invasion to europe are highly skilled. most of them are women and a lot of these people here now they have already their clients. they're just bringing their business with their laptop to germany. back and key if you yeah, i just bought her own home. then the war came to her doorstep. this is sam, my apartment and cave. ah, this is dead to the tower. i to sat docked. i was so at home when i there work as a dock starts. i saw it from moving though. so i was very scared. and that day i just decided to, to move to freelancing as a way for you. yeah, time stable ground and germany while staying flexible. so that one day she can
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return to her apartment and key of the way said immigrants are playing a key role in driving innovation in germany. that's the take away from a new report from a sleeper in melbourne foundation. their analysis found that 22 percent of start at founders and germany have a migration background. we asked the foundations, chairman, why my group found us typically are more risk takers, more internationally oriented, more ready to go for an exit strategy in the long run. they have a higher share offer, strong academic background, especially in natural sciences and technology. and so on the whole, the structure is confirmed. we do have some more evidence on the obstacles in this new report. and in particular,
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the migrant found us to complain about too much rocker, see about a lack of venture capital options and to some extent also about racism. which is a feel in particular in dealing with the trauma, brocker, c and back now to southern queensland on australia's east coast. their dairy farmers and pineapple growers are teaming up with a local run distillery. they've discovered that a low cost by product of the distillery can increase milk production proving that their no thunderheads thanks to the rich soil and blushed grass. this has been dairy country for more than 100 years just north of brisbin on australia's east coast. but dairy farmers are always looking for ways to increase milk production. and they've recently discovered that a waste product from a local distillery has magic properties for every,
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for late us that i said i can, i'll get a later response. it works out, take them and grind, it's a cheap byproduct, and a lot of it is standard. they taught the gender, which by the way is non alcoholic comes from a distillery. not far away, which has been experimenting with a new breed of rum, made from sugarcane, which is traditionally use to make rum plus pineapples and unconventional mix that under is the waste from this process. the pineapples and cain are also source locally from pharma, gordon oaks. his family has been founding here for 84 years. sunshine and sons wants to work with local farmers as much as possible. we've got this incredible sort of qualities loop on the on, on weiss from out the still spirit. and it's a great feeling to know that spring use going, which makes good sense for me both and environmental and business perspective. so
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everybody's happy. the down, the certainly brings the cal time. they came to get home and came to have a fate of and indeed they drink it until the cows come home. but don't call these ladies dunderheads. well, that was our show. thank you so much for watching. i'm christy. platinum berlin have a good day with to the point. strong opinions, clear positions, international perspective with russia now pushing for full control of southern eastern ukraine. western countries are ramping up. military support for kids. is the west to becoming a party to the conflict. find out on to the point to the point
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