Unfortunately, the employment situation in our country today is not very prosperous, so many young people, unable to find a stable job, are forced to leave their city and move elsewhere in search of a decent job. I live in a wonderful place but I can’t make big plans for my future.
So I ask myself: what kind of country is it that forces its young people to leave even though they have done their duty? What kind of country is mine if it denies my future?
A person should not be forced to leave his country unless he wants to do so out of personal interest or curiosity. Otherwise, they are deprived of their freedom, their sense of patriotism, and above all, they are denied the possibility of staying in their family , close to their loved ones, in the place where they were born and grew up.
Otherwise, they are deprived of their freedom, their sense of patriotism and, above all, they are denied the possibility of staying in their own family unit, close to their loved ones, in the place where they were born and grew up. A migratory phenomenon par excellence called ‘brain drain’ refers to people with degrees and specialisations who move abroad. Italy is a crossroads: migrants arrive there from the sea, hoping for a better life, and young Italians leave without knowing if they will return.
For my future, I hope to achieve my goals with the help of knowledge of languages, in the hope that they will give me more more opportunities to find something I like and that gratifies me. I would like a job that allows me to cultivate my great dream, which is to travel, to get to know different places and cultures. As a good islander, I would like to live and work in a place close to the sea, which I love so much and which would make me feel “a little more at home”.