Young Estonians have their hearts set on spending time abroad ({{commentsTotal}})

A study by SEB bank about the money-saving habits of the Baltic youth also revealed that 60 percent of young Estonians plan to spend at least a year abroad.

According to the study, 75 percent of young people in Estonia put money aside for travel or real estate.

Majority of the polled 18 to 21-year-olds save to go to foreign countries, with 61 percent saying they plan to spend at least a year away from Estonia - 24 percent to study, 12 percent to work and 64 percent to travel or volunteer.

The 22 to 25-year-olds are more likely to save up for a home. It is also noteworthy that whereas their Latvian and Lithuanian peers opt for renting a house or a flat, Estonians are much more set on buying.

Editor: M. Oll



Siim Kallas.

Interview: Siim Kallas on ambitions, Estonian politics, and EU presidency

Following the local elections in October this year, Reform Party founder, former prime minister, EU commissioner, and presidential candidate Siim Kallas took on the job of municipal mayor of Viimsi, a community on the outskirts of Tallinn. In his interview with ERR's Toomas Sildam, Kallas talks about local government, his party, the EU presidency, and perspectives in Estonian politics.

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