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真是有趣的對比:
As France's youth fight for their future, Russia's are busy building theirs.
...Yekaterinburg is Russia's fifth largest city, about the size of Marseilles and Lyons combined. Assuming the French students have an open mind, they should be astonished, unsettled and perhaps a little ashamed of what they find there.
The under-25s in Yekaterinburg dress much the same way and listen to some of the same music as those in Lyons and Marseilles, but they live in a world that cuoldn't be more different. In today's Russia, nothing is easy but everything is possible; in France, by contrast, everything is easy but nothing is possible.

There is zero job security in Yekaterinburg. France has a plthora of long-term,short-term, temporary and limited work contracts that are at the heart of the current dispute. Russia in theory has a civil code that lays down workers' right, but in practice you get hired the same way you get fired, at the snap of a finger. Pr'ecarit'e, the word that brings millions of young Franch people out into the streets, is the norm there. Forget about a pension big enough to retire on- you have 40 years to figure that out. Health care is more problematic, since getting sick puts you on the fast track to poverty. If you're really unlucky you get caught in the middle of an extortion racket. But if it all works out - as it increasing does - you get to shape your own future in a way French kids would envy.

First of all, there's plenty of work. Youth unemployment is about 23% in France, and almost in 10 school leavers dose not have a permanent job five years after taking the baccalaureat. In Yekaterinburg, being out of work is a luxury few can afford. The demand for energetic young people is so hight that ads for the best job scroll along the bottom of prime-time programs on local TV. A free newpaper with job openings, the Urals Work Weekly, would be as thick as the yellow pages if such a phone book existed. Russia hasn't yet discovered equal opportunity laws, so most jobs stipulate that only those under 30 or 35 need apply. Then there's the range of opportunity. Want to become a sushi cheif, a marketing consultant or a bank manager? No problem. No previous experience required. Nobody else in the country knows how to do those job either. Or why not set up your own business? There's no shortage of people willing to lend you money. (But watch out for those extortionists.).......
(Form: TIME EXPRESS)

這個倒有點像中國跟台灣的狀況
前不久涼介看到一則不怎麼起眼的報導
據說上海一間台商公司在徵翻譯人才,名額是兩人
結果來了七十六個年輕人,很多剛畢業的
主管在面試時(當然全程英語對話)還被應徵者反過來質疑經營問題問到無可回覆
之後面試官不是挑英文最溜的,而是依據科系決定,因為大家英文都夠強!

隨後不久又看到一則台灣的報導
一間外商公司向台灣媒體抱怨,台灣當地翻譯人才難尋
求才訊息雖然發布已久,來印徵者卻極少
台灣並不缺外文科系出身或是留過洋的學生,或許求職者不是因為自信不足就是眼高手低吧
到底是怎麼回事
大概就是法蘭西跟露西亞的這種差異吧

八個字應該就是結論了
「生於憂患,死於安樂」
跟左派右派沒啥太大關係,別再牽拖了
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