Venerdì, 21 Settembre 2018

Fornero tells Italian students not to be 'choosey' with jobs


Milan, October 22 - Italian Labour Minister Elsa
Fornero on Monday told students "not to be overly choosey" when
looking for work in the current environment, because "one can
not expect to find the ideal position".
Fornero, who was addressing a conference at the
Assolombardo business association in Milan, later added, "Young
Italians today are willing to take any much so that
they are in marginal (working) conditions".
Fornero narrowly dodged a gaffe similar to that made by the
late, former finance minister Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa, who in
2007 called masses of Italian young adults living with their
parents "bambiccioni", or "big kiddies".
Italy suffers from high youth unemployment.
Working conditions for young people who do find jobs often
do not pay well enough to provide an independent life, thus many
live with and heavily depend on family.

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