More Young Greeks are studying the Swedish language, hoping for a better life here in the future
Tuesday, 13 March 2012
As the news of the Swedish great economic performances remain in the mind of the Greek youths, their interest now is to hope for a future in Sweden. As such more students in Greece are learning the Swedish language according to reports.
The Swedish business daily, Dagens Industri, reports quoting from a newspaper, Ekathimerini that Greek students have gathered at the University of Athens in order to learn the Swedish language. As the aspiration of the Greek youth at this moment is to emigrate to another country, they hope that they could get a job and then a better future in Sweden.
Greece's huge economic crisis has led to unemployment among young people to implode for those between 15 and 24 to reach around 50 percent.
Many students are now looking to be on their chance to move abroad, and many students are considering Sweden, reports the newspaper Ekathimerini.
Nancy Athanasopoulou, law student at the University of Athens, is one of those who take language lessons in Swedish, hoping to be able to live and work in Sweden. Not many of the 20 language students want to stay in Greece.
"The whole class is planning to move to Sweden. We have heard that there is a good economy out there with good wages and good working conditions, "she says to Ekathimerini.
By Scancomark.se Team
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