Hungary offers young people “a safe country and a secure future”, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in a speech opening a festival for students in vocational training, at Budapest’s EXPO fair grounds, on Tuesday.
The Szakma Sztár Festival, featuring the finals of competitions for students in vocational training, will run until Thursday.
Orbán said in his speech that
Hungary offers competitive vocational trainings for young people.
Wages are growing dynamically, he said, in one of the safest countries in Europe.
“We do not have migrants or terrorist attacks but have work, home and security,” he said.
“Our young ones are the country’s gold reserve,” Orbán said.
He said that spending “some time” abroad can be beneficial but “your future awaits here”.
As we wrote few days ago, Eurostat revealed EU statistics on what type of jobs people are doing in terms of physical involvement within the European Union. It seems that there are more Hungarian employees doing heavy or moderate physical work than the EU average, read more details HERE.