Thousands of young Americans are looking for work after finishing college. Here's where they might focus their job search.
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You should pay your student loans ... just not like this.
One in three college freshmen won't be back for their sophomore year, but a little preparation can make first-year problems manageable.
Your child may plan to spend the summer relaxing on the couch or hanging out with friends. Should you encourage them to get a job?
Retirement may be a long way off, but you'll thank us for this later.
A knowledge gap between the generations could really bite younger Americans where it hurts most: in the bank account.
The number of college graduates toiling in minimum wage jobs is roughly 71% higher today than in 2004. Don't be one of them.
After the graduation parties comes a job search that puts you up against 1.6 million other newly degreed workers.
Today, growing up takes a little longer. Here's when Gen Y feels grown-up.
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