Martedì, 23 Ottobre 2018

Italy risks social 'revolt' say young employers


Santa Margherita Ligure, June 7 - Soaring jobless
rates and the lack of prospects for young people mean
politicians face a social "revolt" in Italy, young employers
said Friday.
"They (the politicians) have emptied tomorrow of hope and
filled the present with anguish," said the head of the young
employers' branch of influential industrial confederation
Confindustria, Jacopo Morelli.
He warned: "Without prospects for the future, the only
prospect becomes revolt".
More than 40% of Italian 15-to-24-year-olds are out of work
while businesses are shutting down all over the country and the
rate of start-ups is at an all-time low.
Many of the best young Italian minds and talents are leaving
the country while those that stay face the bleakest job propects
in decades and the impossibility of starting families, amid
widespread talk of a 'lost generation'.
Moretti said Enrico Letta's new government, which has vowed
to revive an eceonomy in its longest recession for 20 years,
must help Italian entrepreneurs and workers "pursue together
development, growth and social cohesion".

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