“Social elevators are possible in a social state, when the authorities set themselves the task of developing education in the country, even sending a young person to study abroad. But, at the same time, it is important to encourage people to return home, providing them with their first job. Our state has escaped from solving labor market problems, and young people feel that they are not needed by anyone here. We do not have social elevators, but social ladders. And they swing. That is why the future Verkhovna Rada should lay down its professional and political life so that in five years we will not recognize Ukraine in terms of opportunities for young people”, said Mykola Katerynchuk on the air of channel 112.
European Party of Ukraine