By the time the parents of Serena Violano were in their early 30s, they had solid jobs, their own home and two small daughters.
Today, Serena, a 31-year-old law graduate, is still sharing her teenage bedroom with her older sister in their family home in the small town of Mercogliano, near Naples.
Ms. Violano spends her days studying for the exam to qualify as a notary in the hopes of scoring a stable job. The tension over her...
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