Millennial students want it all. They even expect to find a good job straight out of college. But the truth is for workers under 25 the unemployment rate is nearly 15%, nearly twice the national average of 7.2%. Younger students are undeterred by dreary statistics and are more concerned with finding a job they love. 20% chose being paid well compared to forty five percent who prefer a job that has a beneficial impact on society. When it comes to money the Facebook generation may be more disciplined than their grandparents. About 60% consider themselves highly disciplined compared to fifty four percent of those over 60.

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