"The Atlantic asked our readers to share with us the one thing most people don't understand or appreciate about looking for work. We got a surprising number of responses from employers with advice for the unemployed. Here are some of the most enlightening and entertaining of the bunch."
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Class of 2011: Insight from the emerging workforce
"The report first provides a brief description of the characteristics of the 75 million strong Millennial generation entering today’s workforce, calling them the most educated in American history, highly technically savvy social communicators who grew up in what was probably the most child-centric period in history. The report says about 75% of Millennials are members of a social networking website, 76% use instant messaging, and 44% read blogs."
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