The Italian army is struggling to recruit in large numbers because, thousands of years of obsolete, military life make life difficult.
They are called big kids who love their jobs that they, will consider, and for thousands of years the Italian army has been accused of escaping life’s hardships.
According to the Italian Army Chief of Staff Salvatore Frena, the young soldiers are failing to adapt to life and are struggling.
He told parliament this week in Rome that the number of new recruits who have abandoned, the electoral, system has doubled in recent years.
The general told the Parliamentary Defense Commission, that youth are finding it difficult to cope with authority and to conform to a rigorous and disciplined government.
According to the military’s questionnaire many people have had, to struggle to dislike the “lack of relief in the lives of the barracks and to adapt to the new schedules of careers in the military.
The society Chang, the general said, with young people much stronger and less powerful than their predecessors.
Despite the fact that more than 35% of the youth in Italy are unemployed the army is having a difficult time listing, the annual quota. of 8,000 new recruits.
Without fresh blood, the average, age of soldiers is increasing 25 years since the 1980s, when national service was mandatory now nearly 38 years.
An Italian expert said Italian parents, have been accused of giving generous allowances to their grown children which means they won’t have to find a job.
“These children have grown accustomed to receiving allowances why they decide to get up in the morning and have a bath with 25 other people, the economist, Paolo Cripit, told the La Nazion newspaper.
This is not the first time the youth of Italy, have been accused of being deeply shameful and overly sensitive.
They have been called Bambokoni or older children by government ministers in the past.
In 2012, then-Labor Minister Elsa Fournaro said she was very fond of jobs she was ready to accept.
Italy is by no means the only country struggling for military recruits.
The British Army launched a new campaign earlier this year that specifically targeted thousands of snowflakes.
The army said they were looking for pieces of ice selfie addicts class clowns, phone zombies, and me, me, a thousand year old.
According to the campaign although, youths may be scolded for being addicted, and relying on social media they had the skills and skills that could be used in the military. Addicts have a “focus” on the phone, while selfie takers have “confidence”.
The so-called Generation Z targets your youth ages 16 to 25 with posters based on your first World, War appointment poster.
In March, two months after its launch, the military reported that recruitment had increased. More posts