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  • The Muse helps Gen Y women find work
  • The Muse helps Gen Y women find work
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The Muse helps Gen Y women find work

With 45% of the workforce now consisting of Gen Y-ers and a large portion of those female, ensuring that they feel comfortable in their work is important. These young, educated women are more confident than their mothers, though still not as self assured as their male counterparts.

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