Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Arrivederci, Italia: Why Young Italians Are Leaving

Article from "Time":

It's not the type of advice you would usually expect from the head of an elite university. In an open letter to his son published last November, Pier Luigi Celli, director general of Rome's LUISS University, wrote, "This country, your country, is no longer a place where it's possible to stay with pride ... That's why, with my heart suffering more than ever, my advice is that you, having finished your studies, take the road abroad. Choose to go where they still value loyalty, respect and the recognition of merit and results."

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1 comment:

o3blA said...

sad but true...

unfortunately I wish I could leave Italy a.s.a.p. .... :' (