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In today's workplace, younger job seekers hold the advantage

SlapVid founders Matt Humphrey (center, right) and Joe Damato are among a number of younger workers companies are having a hard time recruiting and keeping because they want to run their own businesses.
By Penelope Trunk
July 8, 2007

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Companies are having a hard time recruiting and retaining young talent, and as a result are accommodating what would have once been considered extreme demands. Here are some reasons why so many younger workers have gained the advantage when it comes to negotiating the terms of a new job. (Full article: 779 words)

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