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Pew Research Study - Teens and 20 somethings breaking parental molds
MSU Millennials face new challenges and new opportunities with a new attitude..
Pew Research Study - Teens and 20 somethings breaking parental molds

One of America’s top think tanks, the PEW Research Center, has just completed a new study of Americans aged from 18 to 33. These groups of young Americans are called the Millennials. They now rank next in line to the Gen Xers, Baby Boomers, and The Greatest Generation.

The PEW Report found that, overall, this generation is drifting away from the cultural norms of their parents and grandparents...

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Ron Crouch on Millennials
Ron Crouch - "half of all young women now in this country are working part -time..."
Ron Crouch on Millennials

State statistician and numbers guru was interviewed by Tom Martin of Kentucky.com

Here's what he had to say about young people, their future and how it affects the rest of us:

...There's a new report out by the Georgetown University Center for Education and the Workforce showing that at all educational levels our young people 18— 34 are not doing as well as far as their incomes. The good news is, the better educated you are, the less a problem that is. But even college graduates now are doing less well...

 

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Education

Open Enrollment Underway at WKCTC

Financial Aid Priority Deadline Approaching


Paducah, KY (March 24, 2014) – Enrollment is underway for the summer and fall semesters at West Kentucky Community and Technical College...

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Editorials

US House vote threatens public lands

On Thursday, the House will vote on H.R. 1459, which would dismantle the Antiquities Act of 1906. Join us TODAY in making sure that vote is a resounding “No!”

H.R. 1459, dubbed the “Preventing New Parks” bill, undermines the president’s ability to act swiftly to preserve lands of public interest...

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Truth, Lies, and Videotape: From Hound Dog to Lapdog
Truth, Lies, and Videotape: From Hound Dog to Lapdog

Mitch McConnell portrays himself as someone who has the backs of working middle class families in Kentucky. Trouble with his stale rhetoric is that his 30-year voting record speaks louder than his words when it comes to where his real loyalties lie. Truth is, McConnell serves corporate America not Main Street Americans. McConnell serves the masters of monied special interests who line his campaign coffers year after year instead of the average American standing in line to vote at their polling place...

In one of McConnell’s recent TV commercials he blames President Obama for cuts which hurt military families and veterans when in actuality it is McConnell and his voting record that demonstrates contempt for veterans and their families! He’s voted against expanding medical centers...

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