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By Édouard Louis

Ein Befreiungsschlag, ein neues Leben – souverän und sprachgewaltig erzählt von Frankreichs neuem literarischen celebrity Édouard Louis

»Ich rannte weg, ganz auf einmal. Gerade hörte ich meine Mutter noch sagen ›Was soll der Scheiß jetzt wieder?‹. Aber ich wollte nicht bei ihnen bleiben, ich weigerte mich, diesen second mit ihnen zu teilen. Ich warfare schon weit weg, ich gehörte nicht mehr zu ihrer Welt, der short besagte es. Ich kam zu den Feldern und wanderte einen Großteil der Nacht herum, auf den Feldwegen, in der Kühle Nordfrankreichs, in dem zu dieser Jahreszeit so intensiven Geruch der Rapsfelder. Die ganze Nacht über entwarf ich mein neues Leben fern von hier.«

Mit unglaublicher Sprachgewalt erzählt der junge französische Autor Édouard Louis die Geschichte einer Befreiung aus einer unerträglichen Kindheit: inspiriert von seiner eigenen.

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Les actions suivantes devraient être menées : • Mettre l’accent sur la formation professionnelle pour tous les travailleurs. Il est urgent d’améliorer le taux d’accès de tous les travailleurs à la formation professionnelle continue. Les dispositifs de l’accord interprofessionnel de 2003 et de la loi de 2004 devraient être mis plus rapidement en place dans les entreprises. AGEING AND EMPLOYMENT POLICIES: FRANCE – ISBN-92-64-00846-2 © OECD 2005 32 – RÉSUMÉ ET PRINCIPALES RECOMMANDATIONS • Établir un suivi quantitatif des objectifs de formation après 45 ans.

The employment rate of French women remains persistently low, the lowest of the three countries. At the age of 62, the difference in female employment rates between the three countries is significant but not as marked as for the men: 27% in the United Kingdom, 24% in Finland and 9% in France. 2. Employment rates by single year of age for persons aged 50 to 69, France, Finland and United Kingdom, 2001 As a percentage of population by gender and single year of age Men France Finland Women United Kingdom France 100 100 90 90 80 80 70 70 60 60 50 50 40 40 30 30 20 20 10 10 0 Finland United Kingdom 0 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 Source: National labour force surveys.

The fact that French participation rates fall very short of the maximum recorded in OECD countries in 2000, particularly for the over-50s, helps explain the figure of 33 million. 2 2. , 2003). AGEING AND EMPLOYMENT POLICIES: FRANCE – ISBN-92-64-00846-2 © OECD 2005 40 – CHAPTER 1. 2. 53 The constant scenario assumes that participation rates by five-year age group and gender remain constant at their 2000 levels. The average scenario also assumes that participation rates remain constant for age groups up to and including the 45-49 age group but that they increase for the older age groups such that by 2030 they reach the OECD average recorded in 2000.

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