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The Generation Shaped By Layoffs

For young people, layoffs are now part of the fabric of working life. It’s taking a deep toll on their psyches and careers.

Illustration: Rose Wong

Jayme Brown always knew she wanted to teach; her mother and grandfather were both teachers and she knew she was good with kids. But when she got to San Francisco in 2013 for an unpaid internship tutoring…




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