Careers: The Goods on Generation Y

Young people entering the workforce are changing the rules of the employment game. To them, fulfillment and timewelcome back, 40-hour workweekmatter

After graduating from Penn State with a bachelor's degree in business last year, Ryan Healy got a job at a Fortune 500 company. "I like the job, but it's not my dream job and not my ultimate end goal," says the 23-year-old. "It's to be an entrepreneur." So, like many tech-savvy twentysomethings that want to be heard and build a community, he and Ryan Paugh, a friend from college, started a blog. Since February, Employee Evolution has been a forum for them and their peers to share advice and experiences as they make the challenging shift from college to the workplace.

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