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Denmark's youth bucks lost generation trend

Britain, France, Spain and Greece regularly refer to their 15-25 year-olds as the Lost Generation - facing poor job prospects and crippling debts, cast adrift from the rest of society.

But in Denmark, where higher education is free and an established system of apprenticeships help keep unemployment down, young people seem to have a much more positive view of their future.

Emma Jane Kirby reports.

  • 06 Apr
  • From the section Europe
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