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Agree. And sadly, w/o developed problem solving skills,

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Posted to Thread #29555 at 8:11 pm on Apr 13, 2017

they end up frustrated in their early careers. I read a recent report citing the shocking rise in NOT EMPLOYED males in the 25-54 age group since the 1940's. Roughly 2% of today's men (3/17 statistics quote 1 million) are NOT seeking employment/benefits - and are not considered UNEMPLOYED. They have given up. I know one of these young men who at 28, lives with/is supported by his mom and is not at all interested in looking for a job. Now what? Colleen

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