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DGB (German confederation of Trade unions) and HBS (Hans-Böckler-Foundation) jointly published ,,Atlas of Work“
The ATLAS OF WORK is jointly published by Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund (DGB, German Federation of Trade Unions), Berlin, Germany, and Hans Böckler Foundation (HBS), Düsseldorf, Germany
Facts and figures about jobs, employment and livelihoods
Chief executive editors: Daniel Haufler, Maike Rademaker (DGB), Dorothea Voss (HBS)
Managing editor: Dietmar Bartz
Art director: Ellen Stockmar
English editor: Paul Mundy
Proofreader: Maria Lanman
Fact checking by Infotext Berlin
Contributors: Wilhelm Adamy, Matthias Anbuhl, Gerhard Bäcker, Reinhard Bispinck,
Andreas Botsch, Michael Braun, Manuela Conte, Barbara Dribbusch, Béla Galgóczi,
Daniel Haufler, Ulrike Herrmann, Frank Hoffer, Markus Hofmann, Johannes Jakob,
Annette Jensen, Yvonne Lott, Frank Meissner, Mareike Richter, Ingo Schäfer,
Thomas Seifert, Jan Stern, Oliver Suchy, Anja Weusthoff, Edlira Xhafa, Frank Zach
Cover design: Ellen Stockmar, cover elements: Ilya Rumyantsev/fotolia.com
This Atlas was published in German as ATLAS DER ARBEIT. The views expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the publishing partner organisations.
Editorial responsibility (V. i. S. d. P.): Maike Rademaker, Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund
First English edition, May 2018
Produced by Bonifatius GmbH Druck – Buch – Verlag, Paderborn, Germany
Climate-neutral printing on 100 percent recycled paper.
This material (except the cover picture) is licensed under Creative Commons “Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 Unported“ (CC BY-SA 4.0). For the licence agreement, see http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/legalcode, and a summary (not a substitute) at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/deed.en.
Individual graphics from this atlas may be reproduced if the attribution ”Bartz/Stockmar, CC BY 4.0“ is placed next to the graphic
(in case of modification: ”Bartz/Stockmar (M), CC BY 4.0“).