STUCK: Youth Joblessness Not Just A Black Thing

A recently released study by an anonymous think tank concludes that the most common admonishment heard among African-American parents with children, ages 18-34, is: “You need to get a job!” The second most common was: “You need to get a job with some benefits!” Another (real) study, released by Demos (“Stuck: Young America’s Persistent Jobs Crisis“), a research and advocacy organization, suggests that the above … Continue reading STUCK: Youth Joblessness Not Just A Black Thing