Next day. A challenge more challenging than ever before, more versatile than ever before. After nine and a half grueling weeks of disagreements and strikes, metalworkers have agreed on a new collective agreement. The average wage increase of 8.6 percent was below the inflation rate of 9.6 percent. But the agreement’s very strong social differentiation ensures that many workers receive a ten percent wage or salary increase. “Meanwhile” the coordinates of next year’s graduation have also been decided. Guidelines on a clause on operational difficulty situations were also adopted. All in all, this ending is refreshingly different from the cookie-cutter nature of previous years. Will this solution make us forget the social partnership wounds experienced in the last few weeks? Of course, this needs to be seen.