In Job Market, Are Gen Y's Wants Out Of Reach?

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Anxiety is nothing new to young adults stepping into today's job market.

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Over 40 million Americans are in their 20s, and they're having a particularly tough time securing work. Their expectations may not match what their employers have to offer. Ryan Healy talks more about young job seekers' challenges. He is the co-founder of a website aimed at helping young professionals network and share ideas.

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