64% of consumers have made a purchase decision based on social content.
Even the lucky ones who can find jobs are struggling to make ends meet, working long hours for little pay. Internships and entry-level jobs, if they’re available, often don’t pay enough to live in places like Paris and repay student loans. https://t.co/xdr1jzJq5k https://t.co/1DGgPVEUxE
The bumpy road to recovery has been difficult to navigate in Italy, where some young people are losing their jobs for a second time. Newly reopened businesses have been forced to shutter again as the virus resurges, further demoralizing job seekers. https://t.co/xdr1jzJq5k https://t.co/x3MzO0Xu05
Despite a government furlough program designed to limit layoffs in Britain, hundreds of thousands of workers were laid off just as young job seekers were entering the work force. They were up against candidates with years of experience. https://t.co/xdr1jzJq5k https://t.co/k1l06dYvH7
Europeans coming of age in the pandemic are lowering their expectations. Many are resorting to internships, living with parents or returning to school to ride out the storm. Young workers without higher education risk sliding even further. https://t.co/xdr1jzJq5k https://t.co/TeP7FKpFIV