http://www.independent.co.uk/independent.co.uk/images/independent_masthead.pngBy Will Coldwell. A 'lost generation' from recession-hit Europe flocks to Britain to seek work – and finds it's not always what they hoped it would be. Nothing tastes quite as good as a coffee brewed by an expert barista. However, increasingly the chances are that the person serving you will have a high level of expertise in something a bit more substantial than coffee. With students and graduates from recession-hit Europe moving to the UK in their droves in the hope of finding work, the person serving you that cappuccino could well have a PhD. Dubbed the "lost generation", it is not hard to come by the stories of the qualified and aspirational young people from countries such as Spain, Portugal and Greece who are struggling to find employment in the UK. More...