working in europe

Some of the asylum seekers participating in the training at La Petite Merveille, in Belgium, on January 13, 2022 | Photo: Imago
From file: Tunisian Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi (L) and Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa (R) during a meeting at Sao Bento Palace in Lisbon, Portugal | Photo: Rodrigo Antunes / EPA
From file: Farmworkers in Calabria, Italy | Photo: Quotidiano Del Sud/Ansa
Two young migrants working in a pizzeria in Palermo | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA
The training to become a commis de cuisine lasts five and a half months, during which the students do an internship in a restaurant. Photo: InfoMigrants
From file: Spain's southwestern province of Huelva produces up to 97% of Spanish strawberries. Most of them are picked by female migrant workers from Morocco | Photo: Prelsi/Interfresa
People walk next to billboards for Milan fashion week in 2020 | Photo: Paolo Salmoirago / Archive / ANSA
Waly Sarr and Ibrahima Mbaye leave the Vincenzo Padre for the land where they live and are part of the community | Photo: Salvatore Cavalli / AP Photo / picture-alliance
Researchers found a gender gap in employment chances for men and women in Germany | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/C. Schmidt
Archive: An Egyptian worker at a work site in central Milan, July 2000 | Photo: ANSA/DAL ZENNARO
Iyaloo Akuunda is a qualified nurse who migrated from Namibia to Germany for work | Source: Screenshot DW Documentary
Mbaye Babacar Diouf is just one of the success stories that InfoMigrants has featured this year, 2020 as the whole world took on a series of enormous challenges. | Photo: Alvaro Barrientos / AP / picture-alliance