William Even

Miami University

Guest

Professor of Economics at Miami University in Ohio

William Even on KCRW

It's not a pretty picture for job-seeking youth this summer. Employment opportunities for those under 25 are expected to be the worst in decades.

A Long, Idle Summer for America's Youth

It's not a pretty picture for job-seeking youth this summer. Employment opportunities for those under 25 are expected to be the worst in decades.

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It's not a pretty picture for job-seeking youth this summer. Employment opportunities for those under 25 are expected to be the worst in decades.

A Long, Idle Summer for America's Youth

It's not a pretty picture for job-seeking youth this summer. Employment opportunities for those under 25 are expected to be the worst in decades.

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