Thursday, May 15, 2014
millennials, employment, the jobless, and food
A glut of articles on millennials and employment seems to have surfaced soon after graduation:
business/careers/big-chill- millennials-learning-harsh- reality-workplace-n95606
Meanwhile Reuters notes that jobless claims are at a 7-year low, but in another article says Americans are now so "frugal" that it's hard for food companies to raise prices and retain customers.
I have no data on which of these writers was paid for their work, but I can assure you I received no compensation for this blog.
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