According to the current rates of graduation and employment, Serbia’s five medical colleges will turn out a surplus of 7,000 doctors in the year 2000. The surplus of economists, lawyers and archaeologists is still unknown. The authorities are, secretly for now, preparing a surprise for college staff: two-month compulsory leave in the summer and adequate […]
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