'Fiscal Cliff' Cuts to Job Training for Young People Would Cost Taxpayers Dearly

NPP Pressroom

Christian Science Monitor
Mattea Kramer and Rory O'Sullivan

Almost 5 million people under age 30 are looking for work. Millions have gone back to school only to face skyrocketing college tuition and few opportunities upon graduation. Not surprisingly, anational poll of 18- to 34-year-olds found that almost half of our fellow Millennials fears they will end up worse off than their parents. And now, the so-called fiscal cliff threatens to bring the latest round of devastating setbacks to this country’s young people.

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