Stat du Jour: German Labor Markets

Here is the stat du jour, this time about German labor markets:

Germany, currently the largest country in the 27-member European Union,
with over 80 million inhabitants, could find itself with just 25
million people at the end of the century, some estimates suggest.

This will almost certainly never happen — with immigration likely to fill the gap — so let’s put Germany high on the list of proto-nationalistic European flashpoints going forward.

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