‘Generation Limbo’: Grads Wait for Real Careers to Begin (New York Times)

Collectively, they are being called Generation Limbo – educated young people whose careers, due to a struggling economy and non-existent prospects, have not gotten off the ground.

These are the 20-somethings stuck waiting tables while waiting for their chosen careers to begin.

As The New York Times reports, some are switching gears – turning to volunteering, fulfilling other “artistic goals,” and in some cases, going back to school.

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