In Italy, young graduates struggle to find a job
Entrance of the University of Palermo in Italy.
(Illustrative image) Getty Images - Memitina
By: Cécile Debarge
The Covid-19 has not helped young graduates who accumulate experience and training without ever managing to land a real job.
In this area, Italy is the European red lantern.
These young people are called NEETs (or “Not in education, employment or training”).
In Sicily, one in five young people is affected.
But a Save the Children study estimates that it could affect more than one in three young people by the end of the year.
► Report to be found in full in the program
from Tuesday March 16, 2021.
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