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June 03, 2013

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Ms. Pollak says, "The younger end of this generation are landing their first jobs while the older end are married, with families, holding managerial positions."

Are there any statistics on the latter? All we seem to hear and read about is the high unemployment rate among Millennials and that many on the verge of 30 still haven't landed their first job in their chosen field, or have been able to hold on to it, and are still waiting on tables and living with their parents. How many Millennials are actually holding management positions? And, how do we square this information with the anticipated leadership shortage in 20 years, in business and government, due to the expected lack of experience among Millennial because of the delay in starting their careers?

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