Across Europe, a considerable amount of young people want to pack up and move to another country, acccording to Intrum Justitia. Nowhere is this sentiment more evident than in Hungary and Italy where 46 and 44 percent of 18-24 year-olds want to move abroad respectively. Unsurprisingly, the figure is also high in austerity-ravaged Greece where 43 percent of young people want to move to another country. Opportunities for Britons on mainland Europe may become more limited once Brexit comes into effect and almost one in three people want to move away before that happens. Read more on the indy100.
This chart shows the % of young people (18-24) considering moving to another country in 2016.
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