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Depression-era seniors experience – How will the attitudes of today’s young adults be affected

For the fifth consecutive year, newly minted college graduates face a weak labor market and a painfully slow recovery. Many young adults who have found work are languishing in low-paying, no-benefit jobs that don’t require degrees. Some still live with their parents and are saddled with debt, delaying full-fledged adulthood indefinitely.

The Depression’s impact on a generation of Americans has been studied and analyzed for decades, but how the recession and its aftermath will influence the attitudes of today’s young adults over the long haul is just beginning to draw the attention of social scientists…

via Young adults, Depression-era seniors reflect on effects of economic upheaval – chicagotribune.com.

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