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Six years have passed since the financial crisis shook the foundations of the global world order. While many point to a healthy stock market and improving unemployment numbers as signs of real recovery, millions of Americans are still hurting, particularly young people. Millennials have been hit especially hard by the Great Recession, with unemployment stuck in the double digits and depressed salaries or reduced hours for many of those lucky enough to find work.

At the same time, countless companies claim they can’t find workers with the skill sets they need. Employers need labor. Young people need jobs. On paper, it sounds like a no-brainer, but colleges, corporations and our government have all stumbled in providing gainful employment or proper training for young adults. Instead of solving these labor woes, they’re pointing fingers. Author Kathryn Dill has experienced the effects of this awful job market for twentysomethings firsthand. As a careers writer for Forbes, she knows what ails our economy, and has some timely suggestions for getting young people hired, before they become a lost generation.

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