english deutsch KILIAN FOERSTER
»In regard to changes in Iceland after the crash, I mostly see it in the way people look at things. Before the economic collapse, people took everything for granted. They wanted everything they could have. Of course they later saw that they couldn't really afford it.— Inga, 21 years old, studies folklore, works at an apartment hotel and for a survey agency
But now the people are more careful. I also see it in design, because now design is more often something recycled and people try to buy vintage clothes. Young people are now more down to earth when it becomes to money.
At the moment I have no confidence in the politicians, but I want to stay in Iceland.
Even if I don't find a job related to my studies, it's easy to find a job here if you are not to snobby.«