Generation workless: And experts see little hope for near future

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HE'S NEARLY 27 years old, unemployed, living at home in the Philadelphia exurbs with his dad, and spending a good chunk of his day on the computer.
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Jabez Wilson

West Palm Beach, FL

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Mar 30, 2012
 
It's because there are generations of useless white trash out there.

They are worthless scum, adding nothing to the equation. Thy deserve to be pushing boxes around a warehouse, they are pale white trash scum. Meaningless goons. Castrate all Irishmen and sterilize Irish barwhores.
Robin Hood

Alpharetta, GA

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Mar 31, 2012
 
The colleges and universities are teaching the students how to work for others
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Instead; colleges and universities should be teaching the students how to start and run successful businesses of their own that provide jobs for the less well educated
dan clark

Silver Spring, MD

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Jan 10, 2013
 
Jabez Wilson wrote:
It's because there are generations of useless white trash out there.
They are worthless scum, adding nothing to the equation. Thy deserve to be pushing boxes around a warehouse, they are pale white trash scum. Meaningless goons. Castrate all Irishmen and sterilize Irish barwhores.
I see you'r still at it, blaming this generation's laziness only on one race. You are wrong and you,re ignorance is not only obvious, you flaunt it!
dan clark

Silver Spring, MD

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Jan 10, 2013
 
Robin Hood wrote:
The colleges and universities are teaching the students how to work for others
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Instead; colleges and universities should be teaching the students how to start and run successful businesses of their own that provide jobs for the less well educated
that,s a good idea. That,s a good idea.
Jarrod

Linwood, NJ

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Jan 11, 2013
 
I like being lazy and living at home.
dan clark

Brooklyn, NY

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Jan 13, 2013
 
I'm 58yrs. And I see twentysomethings in my area not working. Even as I do work around my home, l see young people lazing on the patios watching me work. I guess I tire them out. I know a yoing man, 20yrs old, hardly does any work about his home while his mother provides a home,food,cell phone,etc. He use to be a hardworker to earn money

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