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Despair of the lost generation.

Most youngsters in Britain are willing to move abroad in their desperate hunt for a job.

A survey for the TSB yesterday revealed that an amazing seven in 10 teenagers are prepared to emigrate.

It said John Major's generation were suffering from the F-factor - fear and frustration because of the lack of jobs.

Only one in eight have jobs lined up for when they leave school or university.

Psychologist Dr David Lewis, who worked on the report, said: "They don't have to offer their talents here - especially if we reject them."
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