The young ‘recalibrate’ job dreams

  By Dan Chapman The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Trevor Nunnally didn’t expect to be…

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    By Dan Chapman

    The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

    Trevor Nunnally didn’t expect to be living in his parents’ East Cobb home at age 33. Kennesaw State’s Rebecca Mattox, 21, worries nobody will hire a history major. David Anderson, 22, can only find work washing sheets at a Lawrenceville massage parlor. Kalynn Littleton may take on $40,000 in grad school debt to one day, hopefully, land a job in the hospitality industry.


     

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