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With the economy failing day by day and speculation coming nearly every angle, it may sometimes become difficult for some of today’s youth and young adults to grasp hold of what’s happening in the world on their own. Not saying those who didn’t come from the baby boomer generation are not capable of researching the very issues that impact us all, but instead many of us are left to fend for ourselves without the guidance our forefathers may have to offer.

That’s why one of the afternoon’s top headlines struck a cord for those of us perusing Twitter and various recession-related topics. Check out this set of similar headlines for instance.

Startling? Shocking? But true? Yes, indeed it is. That’s what’s making it all so relevant these days as folks in their 20s and 30s are struggling to not only find their place in the global economy, but also to find themselves with their heads above water.

Job searches and career fairs more important as unemployment aid requests reach 484K.

Are you struggling on your own to find a job? Or navigate the treacherous waters of this wayward economic state? Do you feel the government has left us out to dry? There’s alot to be said about the figures that are aptly pointing to the so-called “lost generation.” According to the latest U.S. Census report, the data shows that the recession has had a drastic impact on the future even after the ordeal has supposedly ended.

Even if the job market does improve and more opportunities become available, what are you doing to keep hope alive?

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New Census Numbers Prove Youngsters Are Losing

27 Percent of African Americans Living Beneath Poverty Line

Examining the Recession’s Effects on Child Poverty

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