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Graph of the Day: the growth of “Duales Studium” in Germany

The graph shows monthly Google Search Instensity for “Duales Studium” as a share of the total “Studium” searches. It appears as though the growth has plateaued around 20%.

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On the mutation of the labor market – cultural centers

An amusing and simple way by which we can see traces of the mutation of the labor market, as the economy recycles and reuses it’s capital, is evidenced by the German Cultural Centers. Their names (Alter Schlachthof, Kofferfabrik, Muffatwerk, Zinnschmelze, … Continue reading

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