Germany’s “working poor”

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Stattlicher Musikschulze Berlin
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Stattlicher Musikschulze Berlin
Our low income as music teachers (especially in Berlin) is based on laws made in the 70s! By the law our university degrees don't compare to scientific degrees (like an engineer or a public school teacher) because you don't need A levels to study at an University of Arts, because the individual musical talent is a much more significant indicator for telling whether you're qualified to become a professional musician / music teacher or not. So our payment grade is much lower than the income of a public school teacher, although we work in public service. Furthermore Berlin is exploiting… Read more »
Maria priest
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Well germany got "illegal immigrants" for cheap labour didn't they? What do you expect now? duh

José Dourado
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That's an worldwide plague that will result in extremism. Far left and far right.

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