For the thousands of young people who started their first ever jobs during the pandemic, there was little opportunity to experience the familiar rites and rituals of early adulthood. They navigated periods of economic chaos, from the Great Resignation to soaring inflation. Some graduated on Zoom, celebrated in their childhood bedrooms and then opened their laptops again to start remote jobs.
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