working in europe

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
A protest against the Security Decree in Naples on February 18, 2020 | Photo: Cesare Abbate / ANSA
A non-EU nurse in the emergency room at Lotti Hospital in Pontedera, in the province of Pisa | Franco Silvi/ANSA
Syrian refugee Salah Dahhan prepares Arab food at Berlin eatery "Refueat" | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/picture alliance/Britta Pedersen
The heads of the CGIL, CISL, and UIL unions have presented a new five-language handbook to explain the world of work to those with limited Italian skills in the CISL offices in Trento | Photo: ANSA
A home carer accompanies her elderly employer on a walk in Rome | PHOTO: ANSA
An immigrant of Moroccan origin works in Rome as a shoeshine | Photo:  ANSA/MASSIMO PERCOSSI
The move is designed to help both migrants and Italy's ailing economy | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/OXFAM
Many migrants come to Europe in hopes of earning money to send back home and | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/C. Charisius