Athenaeum University

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ISSN-L 2065 - 8168
ISSN (e) 2068 - 2077
ISSN (p) 2065 - 8168



Giuseppe Garibaldi No. 2A
Bucharest, Romania


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  1. Authors:
      • Ioana Florina MINZU, email: Email:, Afiliation: PhD “Athenaeum” University of Bucharest

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  2. Keywords: dropout rate, education crisis, barriers to education, the labour market, unemployment

  3. Abstract:
    Education should be and usually is the dream, hope and aspiration to  a better world for children and their families. Maybe, in our days, education should represent a priority also to local communities and nations around the world in order to reach out a welfare state without hunger and poverty. Due time, it became a painful true that education matters. Painful not because of the sacrifices that one must make to have an education, nor because of the family efforts made to sustain their children during the time that they are in school, but because the fact that after almost a decade of learning, more than 25% of the young people find themselves in the front of a lack of employment on the labour market. And then they ask themselves if it’s worth learning or not. And this question is a real problem for humanity. Important changes and diversity of the contemporary world affected EU  member countries, bringing profound changes in all areas: political, diplomatic, legal, social, financial, economic, technical and technological, religious, informational, environmental, military etc. But, even with all these domains in crises, everybody has to realize that the world’s future development goals cannot be fulfilled without education.

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