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The recession in the UK has been especially harsh for younger job seekers who now constitute almost 40% of thoseout of work.According to this report by Joe Parkinson of the Wall Street Journal, even recent graduatesof elite universities are unable to find jobs.Young people who came of age when high paying jobs were easy to come by...
The recession in the UK has been especially harsh for younger job seekers who now constitute almost 40% of thoseout of work.According to this report by Joe Parkinson of the Wall Street Journal, even recent graduatesof elite universities are unable to find jobs.Young people who came of age when high paying jobs were easy to come by are now reporting that they have to choose between living at home, returning to school for re-training, or taking low-level jobs until conditions improve.
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