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‘Staff wanted’ as pandemic forces hospitality workers to rethink

By DW
11 September 2021   |   8:20 am
There are huge staff shortages in Berlin’s restaurants, bars and hotels. The post-pandemic phenomenon is being seen across Europe and elsewhere, including in the US, as workers leave the challenging sector for good.

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