Venezuelan youth and young adults look to emigrate as their country’s economic crisis deepens
- One in four Venezuelans between the age of 15 and 29 have indicated a desire to leave the country, with 29% hoping to move to the U.S., 18% to Spain, and 9% to Colombia.
- Skyrocketing inflation has made renting an apartment or buying a car next to impossible.
- The government has created programs to address the lack of mobility, but skeptics observing the current political situation expect to find better prospects elsewhere.
“Recovery is going to take years, no matter who is governing. At the end all the politicians are alike.”
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