As the U.S. labor market continues to show modest improvement, new high school and college graduates may confront the worst year for job hunting since the Great Recession began. That's in part because of the backlog of graduates from 2009 and 2010 who either have not yet found jobs or found something to hold them over as they seek a position more in keeping with their education and career desires. It's also because jobless levels among 16-to-24 year olds are being repaired even more slowly than they are for the population as a whole. But the most distressing aspect is the racial divide.
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