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GERMANY-UNEMPLOYMENT/
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October 30, 2013
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, chats with his wife, Oliva, via the internet at home in Munich October 10, 2013....
Munich, Germany
Abel chats with his wife, Oliva, via the internet at home in Munich
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, chats with his wife, Oliva, via the internet at home in Munich October 10, 2013. In 2012, former salesman Jose Manuel Abel left his family behind in Spain and moved to Germany in search of work, arriving in Munich with just 250 euros in his pocket. A year on, Abel has found a permanent job in a fruit and vegetable warehouse and hopes that his family will be able to join him in Munich in the near future. German joblessness unexpectedly rose in October to its highest level since June 2011 on a seasonally adjusted basis, but the unemployment rate remained close to its lowest level since reunification more than two decades ago. The number of people out of work increased by 2,000 to 2.973 million, data from the Labour Office showed on October 30, 2013. But the jobless rate held steady at 6.9 percent, making it the envy of struggling euro zone peers like Greece and Spain, where more than one in four people are out of work. Picture taken October 10, 2013. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)

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October 30, 2013
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, lies down in bed at home in Munich October 10, 2013. In 2012, former salesman Jose...
Munich, Germany
Abel lies down in bed at home in Munich
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, lies down in bed at home in Munich October 10, 2013. In 2012, former salesman Jose Manuel Abel left his family behind in Spain and moved to Germany in search of work, arriving in Munich with just 250 euros in his pocket. A year on, Abel has found a permanent job in a fruit and vegetable warehouse and hopes that his family will be able to join him in Munich in the near future. German joblessness unexpectedly rose in October to its highest level since June 2011 on a seasonally adjusted basis, but the unemployment rate remained close to its lowest level since reunification more than two decades ago. The number of people out of work increased by 2,000 to 2.973 million, data from the Labour Office showed on October 30, 2013. But the jobless rate held steady at 6.9 percent, making it the envy of struggling euro zone peers like Greece and Spain, where more than one in four people are out of work. Picture taken October 10, 2013. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)

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October 30, 2013
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, looks at himself in the mirror before leaving home in Munich October 11, 2013....
Munich, Germany
Abel looks at himself in the mirror before leaving home in Munich
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, looks at himself in the mirror before leaving home in Munich October 11, 2013. In 2012, former salesman Jose Manuel Abel left his family behind in Spain and moved to Germany in search of work, arriving in Munich with just 250 euros in his pocket. A year on, Abel has found a permanent job in a fruit and vegetable warehouse and hopes that his family will be able to join him in Munich in the near future. German joblessness unexpectedly rose in October to its highest level since June 2011 on a seasonally adjusted basis, but the unemployment rate remained close to its lowest level since reunification more than two decades ago. The number of people out of work increased by 2,000 to 2.973 million, data from the Labour Office showed on October 30, 2013. But the jobless rate held steady at 6.9 percent, making it the envy of struggling euro zone peers like Greece and Spain, where more than one in four people are out of work. Picture taken October 11, 2013. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)

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October 30, 2013
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, walks down the stairs as he leaves home in Munich October 11, 2013. In 2012, former...
Munich, Germany
Abel walks down the stairs as he leaves home in Munich
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, walks down the stairs as he leaves home in Munich October 11, 2013. In 2012, former salesman Jose Manuel Abel left his family behind in Spain and moved to Germany in search of work, arriving in Munich with just 250 euros in his pocket. A year on, Abel has found a permanent job in a fruit and vegetable warehouse and hopes that his family will be able to join him in Munich in the near future. German joblessness unexpectedly rose in October to its highest level since June 2011 on a seasonally adjusted basis, but the unemployment rate remained close to its lowest level since reunification more than two decades ago. The number of people out of work increased by 2,000 to 2.973 million, data from the Labour Office showed on October 30, 2013. But the jobless rate held steady at 6.9 percent, making it the envy of struggling euro zone peers like Greece and Spain, where more than one in four people are out of work. Picture taken October 11, 2013. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)

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October 30, 2013
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, chats with his wife Oliva via the internet, at home in Munich October 10, 2013....
Munich, Germany
Abel chats with his wife via the internet, at home in Munich
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, chats with his wife Oliva via the internet, at home in Munich October 10, 2013. In 2012, former salesman Jose Manuel Abel left his family behind in Spain and moved to Germany in search of work, arriving in Munich with just 250 euros in his pocket. A year on, Abel has found a permanent job in a fruit and vegetable warehouse and hopes that his family will be able to join him in Munich in the near future. German joblessness unexpectedly rose in October to its highest level since June 2011 on a seasonally adjusted basis, but the unemployment rate remained close to its lowest level since reunification more than two decades ago. The number of people out of work increased by 2,000 to 2.973 million, data from the Labour Office showed on October 30, 2013. But the jobless rate held steady at 6.9 percent, making it the envy of struggling euro zone peers like Greece and Spain, where more than one in four people are out of work. Picture taken October 10, 2013. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)

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October 30, 2013
A picture of 47-year-old Jose Manuel Abel's son, Jose Manuel, is seen on his key ring in Munich October...
Munich, Germany
A picture of Abel's son is seen on his key ring in Munich
A picture of 47-year-old Jose Manuel Abel's son, Jose Manuel, is seen on his key ring in Munich October 9, 2013. In 2012, former salesman Jose Manuel Abel left his family behind in Spain and moved to Germany in search of work, arriving in Munich with just 250 euros in his pocket. A year on, Abel has found a permanent job in a fruit and vegetable warehouse and hopes that his family will be able to join him in Munich in the near future. German joblessness unexpectedly rose in October to its highest level since June 2011 on a seasonally adjusted basis, but the unemployment rate remained close to its lowest level since reunification more than two decades ago. The number of people out of work increased by 2,000 to 2.973 million, data from the Labour Office showed on October 30, 2013. But the jobless rate held steady at 6.9 percent, making it the envy of struggling euro zone peers like Greece and Spain, where more than one in four people are out of work. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)

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RTX14TLH
October 30, 2013
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, looks for his keys at the entrance to the building where he lives in Munich October...
Munich, Germany
Abel looks for his keys at the entrance to the building where he lives in Munich
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, looks for his keys at the entrance to the building where he lives in Munich October 9, 2013. In 2012, former salesman Jose Manuel Abel left his family behind in Spain and moved to Germany in search of work, arriving in Munich with just 250 euros in his pocket. A year on, Abel has found a permanent job in a fruit and vegetable warehouse and hopes that his family will be able to join him in Munich in the near future. German joblessness unexpectedly rose in October to its highest level since June 2011 on a seasonally adjusted basis, but the unemployment rate remained close to its lowest level since reunification more than two decades ago. The number of people out of work increased by 2,000 to 2.973 million, data from the Labour Office showed on October 30, 2013. But the jobless rate held steady at 6.9 percent, making it the envy of struggling euro zone peers like Greece and Spain, where more than one in four people are out of work. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)

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RTX14TLG
October 30, 2013
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, shops for food at a supermarket after finishing work in Munich October 10, 2013....
Munich, Germany
Abel shops for food at a supermarket after finishing work in Munich
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, shops for food at a supermarket after finishing work in Munich October 10, 2013. In 2012, former salesman Jose Manuel Abel left his family behind in Spain and moved to Germany in search of work, arriving in Munich with just 250 euros in his pocket. A year on, Abel has found a permanent job in a fruit and vegetable warehouse and hopes that his family will be able to join him in Munich in the near future. German joblessness unexpectedly rose in October to its highest level since June 2011 on a seasonally adjusted basis, but the unemployment rate remained close to its lowest level since reunification more than two decades ago. The number of people out of work increased by 2,000 to 2.973 million, data from the Labour Office showed on October 30, 2013. But the jobless rate held steady at 6.9 percent, making it the envy of struggling euro zone peers like Greece and Spain, where more than one in four people are out of work. Picture taken October 10, 2013. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)

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October 30, 2013
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, uses an ATM in Munich October 9, 2013. In 2012, former salesman Jose Manuel Abel...
Munich, Germany
Abel uses an ATM in Munich
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, uses an ATM in Munich October 9, 2013. In 2012, former salesman Jose Manuel Abel left his family behind in Spain and moved to Germany in search of work, arriving in Munich with just 250 euros in his pocket. A year on, Abel has found a permanent job in a fruit and vegetable warehouse and hopes that his family will be able to join him in Munich in the near future. German joblessness unexpectedly rose in October to its highest level since June 2011 on a seasonally adjusted basis, but the unemployment rate remained close to its lowest level since reunification more than two decades ago. The number of people out of work increased by 2,000 to 2.973 million, data from the Labour Office showed on October 30, 2013. But the jobless rate held steady at 6.9 percent, making it the envy of struggling euro zone peers like Greece and Spain, where more than one in four people are out of work. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)

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RTX14TLE
October 30, 2013
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, reacts as he sits on a tram in Munich October 9, 2013. In 2012, former salesman...
Munich, Germany
Abel reacts as he sits on a tram in Munich
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, reacts as he sits on a tram in Munich October 9, 2013. In 2012, former salesman Jose Manuel Abel left his family behind in Spain and moved to Germany in search of work, arriving in Munich with just 250 euros in his pocket. A year on, Abel has found a permanent job in a fruit and vegetable warehouse and hopes that his family will be able to join him in Munich in the near future. German joblessness unexpectedly rose in October to its highest level since June 2011 on a seasonally adjusted basis, but the unemployment rate remained close to its lowest level since reunification more than two decades ago. The number of people out of work increased by 2,000 to 2.973 million, data from the Labour Office showed on October 30, 2013. But the jobless rate held steady at 6.9 percent, making it the envy of struggling euro zone peers like Greece and Spain, where more than one in four people are out of work. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT)

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October 30, 2013
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, moves a pallet as he works at a fruit and vegetable warehouse in Munich October...
Munich, Germany
Abel moves a pallet as he works at a fruit and vegetable warehouse in Munich
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, moves a pallet as he works at a fruit and vegetable warehouse in Munich October 10, 2013. In 2012, former salesman Jose Manuel Abel left his family behind in Spain and moved to Germany in search of work, arriving in Munich with just 250 euros in his pocket. A year on, Abel has found a permanent job in a fruit and vegetable warehouse and hopes that his family will be able to join him in Munich in the near future. German joblessness unexpectedly rose in October to its highest level since June 2011 on a seasonally adjusted basis, but the unemployment rate remained close to its lowest level since reunification more than two decades ago. The number of people out of work increased by 2,000 to 2.973 million, data from the Labour Office showed on October 30, 2013. But the jobless rate held steady at 6.9 percent, making it the envy of struggling euro zone peers like Greece and Spain, where more than one in four people are out of work. Picture taken October 10, 2013. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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RTX14TLB
October 30, 2013
47-year-old Jose Manuel Abel's locker is seen at his workplace, a fruit and vegetable warehouse in Munich...
Munich, Germany
Abel's locker is seen at his workplace, a fruit and vegetable warehouse in Munich
47-year-old Jose Manuel Abel's locker is seen at his workplace, a fruit and vegetable warehouse in Munich October 9, 2013. In 2012, former salesman Jose Manuel Abel left his family behind in Spain and moved to Germany in search of work, arriving in Munich with just 250 euros in his pocket. A year on, Abel has found a permanent job in a fruit and vegetable warehouse and hopes that his family will be able to join him in Munich in the near future. German joblessness unexpectedly rose in October to its highest level since June 2011 on a seasonally adjusted basis, but the unemployment rate remained close to its lowest level since reunification more than two decades ago. The number of people out of work increased by 2,000 to 2.973 million, data from the Labour Office showed on October 30, 2013. But the jobless rate held steady at 6.9 percent, making it the envy of struggling euro zone peers like Greece and Spain, where more than one in four people are out of work. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)

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October 30, 2013
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, yawns as he stands in an an elevator at work in a fruit and vegetable warehouse...
Munich, Germany
Abel yawns as he stands in an an elevator at work in a fruit and vegetable warehouse in Munich
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, yawns as he stands in an an elevator at work in a fruit and vegetable warehouse in Munich October 10, 2013. In 2012 former salesman Jose Manuel Abel left his family behind in Spain and moved to Germany in search of work, arriving in Munich with just 250 euros in his pocket. A year on, Abel has found a permanent job in a fruit and vegetable warehouse and hopes that his family will be able to join him in Munich in the near future. German joblessness unexpectedly rose in October to its highest level since June 2011 on a seasonally adjusted basis, but the unemployment rate remained close to its lowest level since reunification more than two decades ago. The number of people out of work increased by 2,000 to 2.973 million, data from the Labour Office showed on October 30, 2013. But the jobless rate held steady at 6.9 percent, making it the envy of struggling euro zone peers like Greece and Spain, where more than one in four people are out of work. Picture taken October 10, 2013. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)

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October 30, 2013
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, eats breakfast during a break at work in a fruit and vegetable warehouse in Munich...
Munich, Germany
Abel eats breakfast during a break at work in a fruit and vegetable warehouse in Munich
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, eats breakfast during a break at work in a fruit and vegetable warehouse in Munich October 9, 2013. In 2012, former salesman Jose Manuel Abel left his family behind in Spain and moved to Germany in search of work, arriving in Munich with just 250 euros in his pocket. A year on, Abel has found a permanent job in a fruit and vegetable warehouse and hopes that his family will be able to join him in Munich in the near future. German joblessness unexpectedly rose in October to its highest level since June 2011 on a seasonally adjusted basis, but the unemployment rate remained close to its lowest level since reunification more than two decades ago. The number of people out of work increased by 2,000 to 2.973 million, data from the Labour Office showed on October 30, 2013. But the jobless rate held steady at 6.9 percent, making it the envy of struggling euro zone peers like Greece and Spain, where more than one in four people are out of work. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)

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October 30, 2013
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, drives a forklift truck at work in a fruit and vegetable warehouse in Munich October...
Munich, Germany
Abel drives a forklift truck at work in a fruit and vegetable warehouse in Munich
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, drives a forklift truck at work in a fruit and vegetable warehouse in Munich October 9, 2013. In 2012, former salesman Jose Manuel Abel left his family behind in Spain and moved to Germany in search of work, arriving in Munich with just 250 euros in his pocket. A year on, Abel has found a permanent job in a fruit and vegetable warehouse and hopes that his family will be able to join him in Munich in the near future. German joblessness unexpectedly rose in October to its highest level since June 2011 on a seasonally adjusted basis, but the unemployment rate remained close to its lowest level since reunification more than two decades ago. The number of people out of work increased by 2,000 to 2.973 million, data from the Labour Office showed on October 30, 2013. But the jobless rate held steady at 6.9 percent, making it the envy of struggling euro zone peers like Greece and Spain, where more than one in four people are out of work. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)

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October 30, 2013
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, travels down an escalator on his way to work in Munich October 9, 2013. In 2012...
Munich, Germany
Abel travels down an escalator on his way to work in Munich
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, travels down an escalator on his way to work in Munich October 9, 2013. In 2012 former salesman Jose Manuel Abel left his family behind in Spain and moved to Germany in search of work, arriving in Munich with just 250 euros in his pocket. A year on, Abel has found a permanent job in a fruit and vegetable warehouse and hopes that his family will be able to join him in Munich in the near future. German joblessness unexpectedly rose in October to its highest level since June 2011 on a seasonally adjusted basis, but the unemployment rate remained close to its lowest level since reunification more than two decades ago. The number of people out of work increased by 2,000 to 2.973 million, data from the Labour Office showed on October 30, 2013. But the jobless rate held steady at 6.9 percent, making it the envy of struggling euro zone peers like Greece and Spain, where more than one in four people are out of work. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)

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October 30, 2013
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, buys a coffee on his way to work in Munich October 9, 2013. In 2012 former salesman...
Munich, Germany
Abel buys a coffee on his way to work in Munich
Jose Manuel Abel, 47, buys a coffee on his way to work in Munich October 9, 2013. In 2012 former salesman Jose Manuel Abel left his family behind in Spain and moved to Germany in search of work, arriving in Munich with just 250 euros in his pocket. A year on, Abel has found a permanent job in a fruit and vegetable warehouse and hopes that his family will be able to join him in Munich in the near future. German joblessness unexpectedly rose in October to its highest level since June 2011 on a seasonally adjusted basis, but the unemployment rate remained close to its lowest level since reunification more than two decades ago. The number of people out of work increased by 2,000 to 2.973 million, data from the Labour Office showed on October 30, 2013. But the jobless rate held steady at 6.9 percent, making it the envy of struggling euro zone peers like Greece and Spain, where more than one in four people are out of work. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)

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September 12, 2013
Shipping terminals are pictured in the harbour of Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs...
Bremerhaven, Germany
Shipping terminals are pictured in harbour of Bremerhaven
Shipping terminals are pictured in the harbour of Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS MARITIME)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IJ7
September 12, 2013
Ships are pictured in the shipyard at Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars...
Bremerhaven, Germany
Ships are pictured in the shipyard at Bremerhaven
Ships are pictured in the shipyard at Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IJ5
September 12, 2013
Ships are pictured in the shipyard at Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars...
Bremerhaven, Germany
Ships are pictured in the shipyard at Bremerhaven
Ships are pictured in the shipyard at Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY MARITIME BUSINESS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IJ0
September 12, 2013
The flag of Bremerhaven flutters in Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for...
Bremerhaven, Germany
The flag of Bremerhaven flutters in Bremerhaven
The flag of Bremerhaven flutters in Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IIY
September 12, 2013
People walk along the Weser river in front of the Atlantic Sail City Building in the harbour of Bremerhaven...
Bremerhaven, Germany
People walk along the Weser river in front of the Atlantic Sail City Building in the harbour of Bremerhaven...
People walk along the Weser river in front of the Atlantic Sail City Building in the harbour of Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CITYSCAPE)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IIU
September 12, 2013
People walk at a market in the harbour of Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars...
Bremerhaven, Germany
People walk at a market in the harbour of Bremerhaven
People walk at a market in the harbour of Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IIS
September 12, 2013
People buy apples at a market in the harbour of Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making...
Bremerhaven, Germany
People buy apples at a market in the harbour of Bremerhaven
People buy apples at a market in the harbour of Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS FOOD BUSINESS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IIO
September 12, 2013
General view of the skyline of the harbour at Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making...
Bremerhaven, Germany
General view of the skyline of the harbour at Bremerhaven
General view of the skyline of the harbour at Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CITYSCAPE)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IIN
September 12, 2013
People walk at a market in the harbour of Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars...
Bremerhaven, Germany
People walk at a market in the harbour of Bremerhaven
People walk at a market in the harbour of Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CITYSCAPE)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IIK
September 12, 2013
A couple pass a trailer, decorated with photos of the harbour of Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With...
Bremerhaven, Germany
A couple pass a trailer, which is decorated with photos in the harbour of Bremerhaven
A couple pass a trailer, decorated with photos of the harbour of Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CITYSCAPE SOCIETY)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IIH
September 12, 2013
People walk in a shopping mall in the harbour of Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making...
Bremerhaven, Germany
People walk in a shopping mall in the harbour of Bremerhaven
People walk in a shopping mall in the harbour of Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CITYSCAPE BUSINESS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IIC
September 12, 2013
People sit on a plaza at a shopping mall in the harbour of Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid...
Bremerhaven, Germany
People sit on a plaza at shopping mall in the harbour of Bremerhaven
People sit on a plaza at a shopping mall in the harbour of Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CITYSCAPE BUSINESS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IIA
September 12, 2013
General view of the skyline of the harbour at Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making...
Bremerhaven, Germany
General view of the skyline of the harbour at Bremerhaven
General view of the skyline of the harbour at Bremerhaven September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CITYSCAPE BUSINESS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13II6
September 12, 2013
A sailor works on his boat in the harbour of Bremerhaven August 29, 2013. With well-paid jobs making...
Bremerhaven, Germany
A sailor works on his boat in the harbour of Bremerhaven
A sailor works on his boat in the harbour of Bremerhaven August 29, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Picture taken August 29, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13II3
September 12, 2013
Rudi Detje, a former shipbuilding worker, poses in the harbour of Bremerhaven, August 29, 2013. With...
Bremerhaven, Germany
Detje, former shipbuilding worker poses in the harbour of Bremerhaven
Rudi Detje, a former shipbuilding worker, poses in the harbour of Bremerhaven, August 29, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Crucially, there is a safety net for people like Detje, a native of Bremerhaven who trained as a shipbuilder in the 1980s just as the industry was collapsing. After decades in and out of jobs, he started a moving business in 2010. He gets 382 euros per month in unemployment benefits and is allowed to keep just 100 euros of his earnings on top of that. But the state pays his rent and he can invest income that exceeds his take-home ceiling in tools and equipment. Picture taken August 29, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS MARITIME BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IHZ
September 12, 2013
General view at the harbour of Bremerhaven August 29, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi...
Bremerhaven, Germany
General view at the harbour of Bremerhaven
General view at the harbour of Bremerhaven August 29, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Picture taken August 29, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CITYSCAPE BUSINESS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IHV
September 12, 2013
Rudi Detje, former shipbuilding worker, poses in the harbour of Bremerhaven, August 29, 2013. With well-paid...
Bremerhaven, Germany
Detje former shipbuilding worker poses in the harbour of Bremerhaven
Rudi Detje, former shipbuilding worker, poses in the harbour of Bremerhaven, August 29, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Crucially, there is a safety net for people like Detje, a native of Bremerhaven who trained as a shipbuilder in the 1980s just as the industry was collapsing. After decades in and out of jobs, he started a moving business in 2010. He gets 382 euros per month in unemployment benefits and is allowed to keep just 100 euros of his earnings on top of that. But the state pays his rent and he can invest income that exceeds his take-home ceiling in tools and equipment. Picture taken August 29, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS MARITIME BUSINESS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IHM
September 12, 2013
Mayor Melf Grantz poses in his office in Bremerhaven, August 29, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars...
Bremerhaven, Germany
Mayor Melf Grantz poses in his office in Bremerhaven
Mayor Melf Grantz poses in his office in Bremerhaven, August 29, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Picture taken August 29, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IHJ
September 12, 2013
Mayor Melf Grantz poses in his office in Bremerhaven, August 29, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars...
Bremerhaven, Germany
Mayor Grantz poses in his office in Bremerhaven
Mayor Melf Grantz poses in his office in Bremerhaven, August 29, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Picture taken August 29, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IHF
September 12, 2013
Old sailing ships are pictured in the harbour of Bremerhaven, August 29, 2013. With well-paid jobs making...
Bremerhaven, Germany
Old sailing ships are pictured in the harbour of Bremerhaven
Old sailing ships are pictured in the harbour of Bremerhaven, August 29, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. These two centres, at opposite ends of the economic spectrum, offer clues to the national mood ahead of a federal vote on September 22 that is being closely watched across Europe. Picture taken August 29, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS MARITIME)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IEH
September 12, 2013
Residents walk their dogs during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Residents walk their dogs during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
Residents walk their dogs during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS ANIMALS SOCIETY)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IEG
September 12, 2013
Residents smile as they walk their dogs during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Residents smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
Residents smile as they walk their dogs during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY ANIMALS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IEF
September 12, 2013
Residents smile as they walk their dogs during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Residents smile as they walk their dogs during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
Residents smile as they walk their dogs during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY ANIMALS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IEE
September 12, 2013
Residents smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Residents smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
Residents smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IED
September 12, 2013
Residents participate in a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Residents participate in a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
Residents participate in a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013.REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IEC
September 12, 2013
Residents participate in a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Residents participate in a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
Residents participate in a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IEB
September 12, 2013
Residents wave during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Residents wave during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
Residents wave during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IEA
September 12, 2013
A resident rides a bicycle during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
A resident rides a bicycle during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
A resident rides a bicycle during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IE9
September 12, 2013
Brass band members smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Brass band members smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
Brass band members smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IE8
September 12, 2013
A woman walks her dog during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
A woman walks her dog during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
A woman walks her dog during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS ANIMALS SOCIETY)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IE7
September 12, 2013
Residents participate in a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Residents participate in a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
Residents participate in a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IE6
September 12, 2013
Residents party during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Residents party during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
Residents party during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IE5
September 12, 2013
A man smiles as he drives his tractor during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
A man smiles as he drives his tractor during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
A man smiles as he drives his tractor during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IE4
September 12, 2013
Residents smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Residents smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
Residents smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IE3
September 12, 2013
Residents smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Residents smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
Residents smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IE2
September 12, 2013
Residents smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Residents smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
Residents smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IE1
September 12, 2013
Residents smile and wave during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Residents smile and wave during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
Residents smile and wave during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IE0
September 12, 2013
Residents smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Residents smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
Residents smile during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IDZ
September 12, 2013
Residents smile and wave during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Residents smile and wave during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett
Residents smile and wave during a Sunday Parade in Eichstaett September 8, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken September 8, 2013. EUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IDY
September 12, 2013
Andreas Steppberger, mayor of Eichstaett, poses on the city's townhall tower August 29, 2013. With well-paid...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Andreas Steppberger, mayor of Eichstaett, poses on the city's townhall tower
Andreas Steppberger, mayor of Eichstaett, poses on the city's townhall tower August 29, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken August 29, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IDX
September 12, 2013
Market Square in downtown Eichstaett is pictured August 29, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Market Square in downtown Eichstaett
Market Square in downtown Eichstaett is pictured August 29, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken August 29, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CITYSCAPE SOCIETY)
GERMANY-ELECTION/MOOD
RTX13IDV
September 12, 2013
Andreas Steppberger, mayor of Eichstaett, poses on the city's townhall tower August 29, 2013. With well-paid...
EICHSTAETT, Germany
Andreas Steppberger, mayor of Eichstaett, poses on the city's townhall tower
Andreas Steppberger, mayor of Eichstaett, poses on the city's townhall tower August 29, 2013. With well-paid jobs making cars for Audi in nearby Ingolstadt and light-bulbs for Osram, Eichstaett, whose unemployment rate of 1.3 percent is the lowest in all of Germany, is the envy of less fortunate regions. Yet even in places like Bremerhaven, 500 km (340 miles) to the northwest, where the demise of the shipbuilding and fishing industries has spawned unemployment of 15 percent, the highest rate in the country, the mood isn't entirely bleak. Picture taken August 29, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
CANADA/
RTX125BF
July 30, 2013
A group of young men look at a Lamborghini sports car stopped in a waterfront park in Vancouver, British...
Vancouver, Canada
A group of young men look at a Lamborghini sports car stopped in a waterfront park in Vancouver, British...
A group of young men look at a Lamborghini sports car stopped in a waterfront park in Vancouver, British Columbia July 30, 2013. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
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