``The U.S. labor market, with an 8.2 percent unemployment rate, is producing jobs at a paltry pace. In June only 80,000 new jobs were created, the government reported on July 6. For some young people, the collateral effects of a deferred career start are many: delayed marriages and children; first homes that are not bought, reduced spending power, and anxiety over unpaid student loans. While many cling to the notion that job prospects will improve with time, a few may start to wonder if the search for a "real job" will ever resume.''

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