How are young graduates changing society?
Can the Bac + 5 influence society?
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By: Emmanuelle Bastide
Today in France, 23% of those under 40 have a Bac + 5 or more diploma, 14% a Master, 1% a Doctorate and 8% are graduates of the grandes écoles.
How do these young graduates live?
What are their values?
Can they influence society?
, independent journalist, regular contributor to Mediapart and author of
La fabrique des élites derail
(Éditions Robert Laffont)
to be published on May 27, 2021
journalist and essayist, co-author with Monique Dagnaud of the survey and book
The 20% that are transforming France
(Éditions Odile Jacob).
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They are called Cécile, Jeanne, Fanny and Rose.
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They shared with us their fears and dreams for the future, and what remains of their ideals.
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