Opinion: Burned-out millennials need careers, not just jobs

A 2016 GALLUP survey found that 60 percent of young adults said they were open to other job opportunities, and 55 percent said they didn’t feel engaged at work. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL OKONIEWSKI
A 2016 GALLUP survey found that 60 percent of young adults said they were open to other job opportunities, and 55 percent said they didn’t feel engaged at work. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL OKONIEWSKI
NEW YORK - At a time when lots of attention is being paid to inequality, poverty and the travails of the working class, it might seem callous to worry about the problems of the educated elite. But there are important reasons to be concerned about the fates of recent college graduates. First, a healthy economy needs…

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