Where are jobs for young people?
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Jane M. Von Bergen
April 7, 2012
In a jobless recovery, entry-level positions have been especially hard hit — and the fallout’s taking a toll on a generation.
Ryan Fontana beat Stanley Joseph into this world by two weeks.
Both are 26, both live in Philadelphia, and both graduated from college in 2007, just as the economy slid into the worst recession since the Great Depression.
Both are also in the world of technology, but Fontana has an apartment in Society Hill and a job at a company so hip that it has its headquarters in a converted church in Northern Liberties.
Joseph, an unemployed network administrator and tech-support person, who lives with his parents in West Oak Lane, spends his time looking for work and building a server to keep his skills sharp...
Rich Milgram, CEO of Beyond.com weighs in on why it seems like there are fewer jobs for entry level workers out there.
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