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Millennials in US – They struggle to find good jobs

According to a new survey by Business Insider and News To Live By, a Gen Y career advice destination, millennials continue to struggle to secure good-paying full-time jobs in line with their education levels. Capture d’écran 2014-06-18 à 12.58.56

The survey of 548 millennials in the U.S., conducted by Survey Monkey in May, finds that 16% of millennials remained unemployed after six months in the job market. Meanwhile, the national unemployment rate is currently 6.3%. In addition, nearly a quarter of respondents applied to 11 or more full-time jobs before they were ultimately hired.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Exclusive Survey Shows How Hard It Is For Millennials To Find Good Jobs | Business Insider India.

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