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Young country people between town and country


, : Young country people between town and country. Cahiers d' Economie et Sociologie Rurales ( 27): 44-73

According to a survey conducted on 2400 young country people in France aged between 19 and 25 years, in six different regions, 54% wished to remain in a rural environment. Of these, 36% were students, and 62% had finished their education. The exodus of rural youth is counterbalanced by an inverse flux, as a quarter of the people surveyed were originally from towns.

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