Europe's youth: are they all alike?Uploader: Vudogar 5 month ago Subscribe 10
Opportunities to break from the challenges of everyday life in eastern Europe did exist, although they were not abundant and were generally under the control of the ruling Communist Party. I sometimes feel as though they are being taken advantage of. Stories of people—especially working women with families—standing hours per day in long lines to purchase meat and potatoes abound, as do tales about chronic shortages of personal hygiene and health items, including toilet paper, feminine products, and medicine. Anyone interested in learning about other individual countries is invited to examine works listed in the bibliography. Before the 20th century, everyday life often included work routines for adults and young people alike; since the end of the First World War, the routines of school increasingly filled the everyday lives of children and teenagers. But it is also true that many minority workers who would accept the jobs are lacking in basic "people skills" poor manners , poor grammer, poor attire , poor work ethic ,poor attitude ,etc.