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Can This Program Solve Millennials' Underemployment Crisis?

Can This Program Solve Millennials' Underemployment Crisis?

McKinsey Social Initiative’s Generation aims to get millennials into better jobs in fields that need more qualified workers.

McKinsey Social Initiative’s Generation aims to get millennials into better jobs in fields that need more qualified workers.

Twenty-seven-year-old Jessica Miller could have easily become a casualty of the millennial job market. A single mother of three (ages 6, 7, and 8), she had taken a few courses at California University of Pennsylvania after graduating from high school in 2007, but as her student loans mounted, Miller stepped away from academia to work full-time.

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