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Who Is Upholding The Rights Of Young Workers?

Each year, around 25,000 young people leave school and enter the workforce. Young people play a vital role in Australia’s economy and future development.

Unfortunately many young workers are subject to poor working conditions, compromised health and safety standards, workplace bullying, and unsatisfactory pay. 655 more words

Game Over!

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Tyler is a young man in his late twenties on the move to nowhere. He has a great work ethic, is very smart, and is a good person. 343 more words


How corporate America should adapt to millennials

It seems like every day, we read another article about millennials and their impact on the U.S. workforce.

Lauren Stiller Rikleen, a Boston-area lawyer and author of multiple books about women in business, has turned her attention now to young people in the workplace, from teens through 30-somethings. 1,679 more words


Is Gen Y Lazy?

This post was originally published on The Huffington Post and written by me, Jessica Kline.

It’s true, according to the NY Times, “the proportion of new American high school graduates who go on to college – a figure that rose regularly for decades – now appears to be declining. 892 more words

What's wrong with Millennial employment, in 3 charts

Forget Big Brother, when it comes to keeping tabs on recent college graduates, the Department of Education is more like Big Mother, checking in every so often and interrogating them about their lives. 236 more words


Figures show young workers' pay most affected by financial crisis

04 Jul 2014

Official figures released this week show that younger workers have suffered most from the pay squeeze since the financial crisis.

Adjusting wages for the impact of inflation, workers in their 20s were earning 12% less in 2013 than in 2009. 247 more words

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