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On their way? A portrait of young adults
A good job providing entry into the middle class increasingly requires a college education, but large numbers of young people in the United States may not reach this level of economic refuge. About 40 percent of all 18 to 24 year-olds are not in school and do not have a college degree, placing them at risk of unemployment or unsteady, low-wage work as they approach adulthood.
Understanding who makes up that 40 percent, and where they live, are important steps toward helping more young people connect to educational and economic opportunity.
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