【明報專訊】Owing to increasing uncertainties in the job market and, more generally, in the global economy, many young people are experiencing escalating anxiety. Those faced with graduation from school feel more pressure than others. Does a Bachelor's degree guarantee one a good job? If you find a job, will it be demanding but pay a low salary? Do companies keep their employees as long as they did in the old days? Has job security become illusory? These questions are emblematic of the anxieties young people have in every part of the world. Many commentators call this an age of precarity. It's no fun.