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A worrying bellwether

According to Kassandra Martinchek, a research associate at the non-profit thinktank Urban Institute Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population in the United States, millennials’ previous experiences can serve as a guide for how Gen Z may fare in the future.

According to Martinchek’s research, millennials entering the workforce during a recession have experienced “long-term employment and earnings scarring.

“First of all, she claims that millennials struggled to lay the groundwork and construct the foundations for their futures because of the global Great Recession of 2008.

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