Young People Have Fewer Jobs Than a Generation AgoBy
Young people of all races and ethnicities were not employed in 2013 at the rate they were a generation ago, according to data reported today by the National Center for Education Statistics, a division of the Education Department. Americans aged 20 to 24 who did have jobs were paid $4,800 less in 2012 than they were in 1980, when adjusted for inflation.
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