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Young French people should ditch the idea of staying in their native land in order to find work and hope for the future abroad, according to a trio of successful French thirty-somethings. France, they said, is no longer in its golden age and the current generation will be the first to be worse-off than its parents. They added that country's economic policies are deliberately unfavourable to the young, meaning that one in four people under 35 is out of work.
Quitting France for better prospects abroad is not a new idea and there are large expatriate French populations abroad, notably London - which has some , French residents, attracted by a more liberal working environment and higher salaries. It is about reinventing yourselves so that you can return rich in new experiences, full of the creativity and enthusiasm that flourishes today in the four corners of the world. Daily newsletter Receive essential international news every morning.
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Youth urged to ‘break free’ of ‘decaying’ France