Back to the Future: Will America’s Young Workers Find Good Paying Jobs?

October 3, 2013

The past decade has not been kind to America’s young workers. Coming of age in an era of declining median wages, skyrocketing income inequality and increasing college costs, the young American workforce has had much less success than the generations that came before it. 

As Think Progress reported, Georgetown University’s Public Policy Institute released a new study on Monday. Titled Failure to Launch, the study examined how the 2000s were a lost decade for Generation Y.

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