ROME (Reuters) – One in five young Italians, or more than 2 million people, are not studying nor working, the highest percentage of "idle" youths in the European Union, the national statistics office said on Wednesday.Is this an indictment of the progressive concept of entitlements or what? All I can say is, Jerry Brown, man. Jerry Brown.
ISTAT said that 21.2 percent of Italians aged 15 to 29 were in a statistical group known as NEET -- Not in Education, Employment or Training -- almost double the percentage of inactive youths in Germany.
Thursday, January 20, 2011
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