Italy: no country for young people

Italy: no country for young people
By Euronews
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In Italy, these demonstrators are protesting against what they see as a precarious job future.

It is estimated that 8 million Italians, or one third of the work force earn less than seven hundred euros per month, the hardest hit being the young and educated.

Not good news for a country which is now seen as the euro’s weakest link.

What has happened and could happen to Italy, this week in reporter.

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