Friday, June 16, 2006

Born at the Wrong Time

New economic studies suggest that a graduate's first job does, in fact, determine their lifetime economic position:

"in today's economy starting at the bottom is a recipe for being underpaid for a long time to come. Graduates' first jobs have an inordinate impact on their career path and their "future income stream," as economists refer to a person's earnings over a lifetime."

Daniel Gross, any comment?

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