Generation Next: Tough Choices Today's 18 to 25-year-olds grew up in a period of relative prosperity. They're now trying to start their lives in one of the most challenging economic times in recent memory. This series will feature stories reported by veteran broadcast journalist Judy Woodruff.

In Queens, Life And Failing Economy Derail Dream

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The Entrepreneurial Spirit Burns Bright In Detroit

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Wind Sweeps Down The Plains; Is It Bringing Jobs?

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It's Up To You, New York (And Job Growth)

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