From college to professional life: a golden parachute jump?

Below is the real story of a recent graduate as he transitions from his life. Paul Hirsch was kind enough to share his story with our website.

Paul is twenty-five years old. He knows he has the right to Active Solidarity Income (RSA) while waiting to find a job. Thus begins his obstacle course: first step, registration on the lists of job seekers, then request RSA from his Family Allowances Fund (CAF). The “advisor” of the Paul replies that “to be eligible for the RSA, one must be 26 years old and have worked two years”. Paul says yes, shaking his head, but he knows the employee is mistaken because this allowance replaces the RMI and is attributed to all people without activity from 25 to 55 years. But it does not matter; humans have the right to make mistakes, especially on Monday mornings. And there, was the surprise! The general council considers our friend as still a student until October (this is true testimony). Unemployed and not compensated, he now understands better the stake of the government in 2009, to replace the RMI allocated by the CAF by the RSA, awarded by the General Council (in other words, the department): reduce or curb social assistance without that this is not visible to the majority that does not require it. Thank you, Mr. Hirsch!

Practical dreams after higher education

Paul prefers to be realistic rather than royalist, he knows he must accept everything in order to find a job. And he does not want to evolve in the mysteries of power that he describes as monarchical. He is a rather cantankerous man whose stubbornness with which he strives to defend his utopian dreams, makes him reject any idea of ‚Äč‚Äčembarking on any partisan organization that it is to rise in rank in institutions and public administrations.

His dreams crushed?

Paul, he is rather a bitter dreamer, rather on the side of the pen than of the oral speech. Rather blooming blue than the side of the sword and the sword, he loves the unmarketable: humanism, love, peace, and freedom. He is meant to write about politics, not to smother the electors to assert that they will have to die for the living oligarchs courtiers of the nation. It is not made to sell consumer credit door-to-door by blurring the elderly, hammering their revolutionary subscription will allow taxing their income. Paul, he is rather a bitter dreamer, rather on the side of the pen than of the oral speech. Rather blooming blue than the side of the sword and the sword, he loves the unmarketable: humanism, love,

peace and freedom. is meant to write politics, not to smother the electors to assert that they will have to die for the living oligarchs courtiers of the kingdom. It is not made to sell consumer credit door-to-door by blurring the elderly, hammering their revolutionary subscription will allow taxing their income. So in the end, Paul was not served well by his education, because he was taken advantage of by the current political system.