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Did somebody say McJobless? The American job market is no place for students as the number of employed high schoolers has hit its lowest level in more than 20 years, according to new figures from the National Center for Education Statistics.
In record-setting numbers, young adults struggling to find work are shunning long-distance moves to live with their mom and dad, delaying marriage and buying fewer homes, often raising kids out of wedlock.
It will happen today, tomorrow and the next day. In fact, a new study commissioned by a coalition of U.S. organizations says that on any given day, nearly one in 10 young male dropouts is in jail or juvenile detention, compared with one in 35 young male high school graduates.