WASHINGTON POST: THE BEST (AND WORST) COUNTRIES TO LIVE IN IF YOU’RE UNDER 25

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Three years ago, columnist Felix Marquardt published a series of provocative essays that urged young people to leave France because he said they had no future there. "There's no room for young people in France. And the only way to make politicians listen to them is by leaving the country," Marquardt said during a recent interview.

Among the challenges he listed: Young people in France face high unemployment, limited social mobility and a lack of access to top-tier higher education.

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