Advice for Young, Unemployed Workers

Advice for Young, Unemployed Workers


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The United States has one of the highest rates of unemployment among 20-to-26-year-olds in the world. Nearly half of the U.S. army of unemployed is under the age of 34. As for those who are hired, there is a huge gap between wage expectations and paycheck realities, which is exactly what you would expect in a post-boom world.  

The rising generation faces challenges unlike any that most people alive have seen. This situation requires new adaptive strategies. Jeffrey Tucker’s “Advice for Young, Unemployed Workers” addresses these challenges in concise, compelling ways that are immediately actionable by those who intend to blaze their own trail in life.


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