Austria is setting the improper priorities, says Der Normal :
“Much more for the local weather, a bit of extra for schooling, analysis, agriculture and tradition. … The elevated finances for schooling nearly covers the anticipated wage will increase for academics. Civil servant pensions value greater than the entire schooling finances offers, and each are dwarfed by the annual subsidy for basic pensions. No provision is being made for the massive downside of nursing care, and kindergartens stay underfunded. Austria is spending closely on the previous and skimping on the longer term. There may be little proof of a need to carve out the longer term or to reform.”
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