Low-Paid Grads On Tight Budgets Switching to DiscountersJeff Green and Carol Hymowitz
Michael Baum took every substitute teaching job he found and has sent out hundreds of resumes since graduating from college two years ago. He never got a full-time offer and works as a waiter at a pizza parlor in Chicago, earning $650 during a busy week.
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