A new article in the European Journal of Population shows that there are still regional mortality differences in Germany disadvantaging the eastern and northern ‘Länder’.
Gainfully employed people in Germany decide increasingly in favour of commuting to work, even though they have to travel long distances. more: 11 Million Commuters Take Longer than 30 Minutes to Get to Work …
Among all 401 German counties, the city of Leipzig has shown the highest population growth rate (in %) in recent years. more: Booming Cities in Eastern Germany …
A study recently published by the Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB) in Wiesbaden shows how strongly commuting distances are influenced by the family environment. Accordingly, childless women and men cover approximately the same distance for their jobs. more: Many Women Move Workplace Closer to Their Home after First Childbirth …
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