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150 euros a day to work in Germany, and no one wants it. Perhaps you want do to it?

A part of this amount is deducted from the tax, but seasonal workers can get that paid tax back if they make a request at the end of the tax year

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Those who are not pleased with daily wages in Serbia can go to Germany and make 10 times more. Daily wage to pick asparagus is 150 euros. Work day lasts from 8 to 10 hours with one break. There is no work on Sunday.

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- Work is hard in the agricultural sector, and the wage is around eight and a half euros per hour which is very low pay for most of the Germans, so they are not interested in so difficult and poorly paid job. Nevertheless, it is very attractive to foreigners, especially to Croats and Poles, said Mario Koturic, a member of the Management Board of the Croatian Economic Association in Frankfurt for "Free Dalmatia".

A part of this amount is deducted from the tax, but seasonal workers can get that paid tax back if they make a request at the end of the tax year, and very few seasonal workers know that because they don't know their law.

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Opinions on internet forums are divided - from delight with quick money, to disappointment with high prices, especially cigarettes and other luxury items.

They often list that you work "all day long" (not specified) as a shortcoming, accommodation is in work barracks and that decent meal costs 10 euros per day, but they say the break for lunch lasts one hour.

(Telegraf.co.uk)

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