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Asking Y

Generation Y, you’re probably still screwed. Millennials are earning two per cent more than their parents did at the same
One quick Google search for the word "intern" and you will find a myriad of opinions, blog posts, and even the odd intern job posting. Most of the debate surrounds the topic of interns earning money, or in most cases the lack thereof.
That’s the finding of a new study that looked at incomes in 1981 and compared them to incomes in 2006. Markus Moos, a University
Some of Generation Y is rebelling against an uphill battle of purchasing affordable homes or securing reasonable rentals
Does the Canadian media have a grudge against millennials? According to a new video podcast from Maclean's and Toronto Life
Wild ambition is the fuel for the engine, but the engine is represented by hard work. You can't get anywhere without both, and that's something that I've taken from living as a Gen Y'er. We've all made our own happiness. That's what life is about.
When I was In grade 10, I asked my teacher: "Why aren't the Special Needs students in any of our drama classes?" He hesitated... "It's... not a good fit." I asked our principal, who looked away: "It wouldn't be... appropriate." When I asked the head of the Special Needs program, she answered right away, "They would love to be, but they're not allowed." It seemed so unfair. These guys were the funniest, most uninhibited people I knew and drama would be the perfect thing to help develop their social and life skills. But I was only 15. It was a school policy. So.... I started my own program, just for them.
Alina Gershuny is a typical professional woman under 30: ambitious, highly educated, and under pressure. “Coming out of school
Royal Tsang was working at a bank in Canada when he was offered an opportunity to move to Hong Kong. The 29-year-old Vancouver
High school English teacher Julia Arbuckle remembers the anxiety she felt when she was a student at the University of Toronto