Samo Oblak shows his diploma before he starts to work at a dump yard in Kranj November 12, 2013. Oblak, from Ljubljana, has been forced to work as a manual labourer, sorting out scrap metal and other ... more 
Samo Oblak shows his diploma before he starts to work at a dump yard in Kranj November 12, 2013. Oblak, from Ljubljana, has been forced to work as a manual labourer, sorting out scrap metal and other recyclable materials, after failing to find a job despite having a masters degree in architecture. Unemployment in Slovenia is steadily rising as the country wrestles with a prolonged recession and a crumbling banking sector, burdened by almost 8 billion euros in bad loans. The centre-left coalition government won a confidence vote on Thursday and shored up political backing for its efforts to avoid an international bailout and revive the economy. Picture taken November 12, 2013, REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) less 
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Reuters | Photo By SRDJAN ZIVULOVIC / REUTERS
Thu, Nov 14, 2013 12:04 PM EST