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By PBS NewsHour
View an interactive map of youth unemployment around the world to see how countries compare.
By Daniel Costa-Roberts
After years of teachers scolding her for talking too much, Stephanie Pinto thought she had a problem. In community college, her grades were lackluster; she wasn't putting in the effort and she didn't have any confidence. But through the career…
By Stephanie Pinto
How does Year Up, a career development program for urban young adults, place students without college degrees in stable jobs? Paul Solman speaks with Year Up founder and CEO Gerald Chertavian about teaching the cognitive abilities that land their students…
By Gerald Chertavian
Shaquilla Boyce used to apply to jobs with her middle name, Shannon, because she'd get more returned calls. But through a program called Year Up, she and other inner-city young adults are mastering the soft skills that get them in…
By Shaquilla Boyce, Daniel Alexandre
By Robert Lerman
Traveling to BMW's only American plant, where they've imported the German tradition of apprenticeships, Paul Solman speaks with long-time apprenticeship advocate and American University economist Bob Lerman about how pushing everyone onto the same path of a four-year college degree…
By Anthony Carnevale, Andrew Hanson and Artem Gulish It takes millennials longer than young adults in their parents' generation to reach the middle of the wage distribution. Photo courtesy of Flickr user Clint McMahon. Editor's Note: Millennials are the most…
Under Austerity, Greeks Feel Unfolding Social and Humanitarian Crisis…
China's Economic Slowdown Felt By Its Young Generation…
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