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May 28, 2013
Sofia Braendstroem of Sweden looks at a wall of to-do notes in the office of the HowDo,a "how-to-do-it-yourself"...
Berlin, Germany
Braendstroem of Sweden looks at wall of to-do notes in office of HowDo start-up at the Wostel co-working...
Sofia Braendstroem of Sweden looks at a wall of to-do notes in the office of the HowDo,a "how-to-do-it-yourself" app, start-up at the Wostel co-working space in Berlin March 18, 2013. Europe must urgently tackle youth unemployment, the French, German and Italian governments said May 28, 2013, urging action to rescue an entire generation who fear they will not find jobs. Some 7.5 million Europeans aged 15-24 are neither in employment nor in education or training, according to EU data. Youth unemployment in the EU stood at 23.6 percent in January, more than twice as high as the adult rate. Picture taken March 18, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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