Germany’s health-care system is likely to add 70,000 jobs this year, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung reported, citing a survey by the German Association of Chambers of Commerce and Industry, also known as DIHK.
Jobs are being created by pharmaceutical and medical-device companies, as well as by hospital and nursing-home operators, the newspaper said. Health care employs more than 4 million people and staff are increasingly scarce, the FAZ cited DIHK President Hans Heinrich Driftmann as saying.
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