Tag Archives: Two-Tiered Economy

More On France’s Two-Tiered Economy

From the New York Times: The Best Hope for France’s Young? Get Out  Where to look for work in Paris.  Bring your passport. (Previous posts on moving to find a job, the need for self-motivation in the labor market, Spain’s similar … Continue reading

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Spain Is In A Great Depression

From the NYT: Spain Is Beyond Doomed: The 2 Scariest Unemployment Charts Ever How to plan your job search (See previous thoughts on Spain here, here, here, and here.) Spain is in a great depression, and it is one of the … Continue reading

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This Is What a Two-Tiered Economy Looks Like

From The Atlantic:  The Scariest Chart in Europe Just Got Even Scarier I always thought it was bad in France, but Spain and Greece are leagues ahead.  With youth unemployment (15-24) now over 50% in both countries, they’re doomed.  When … Continue reading

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