The Disappearance of Entry-Level Jobs

Aug 31,
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This article discusses the decline in entry-level jobs available to young workers in today's market. This is thought to be due to the rise of automation in the workplace and more organizations hiring to fill specific skillsets, making it more difficult for young workers without extensive experience to find employment. The article examines how this job shortage has affected the economy, as well as what can be done to help young workers improve their chances of obtaining entry-level positions. It suggests that the best way to do this is for young workers to gain experience and education through internships and other opportunities that can more adequately prepare them for the job market.