February 5, 2013

Spain's Well-Educated Move Back to Madre

Helene Zuber, Der Spiegel

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As the euro crisis deepens in Spain, it is affecting a demographic that would seem relatively insulated: well-educated young people. Self-employed and lacking sufficient income, many are forced to move back in with their parents.

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