For Your Kids, the Upside of Job Hunting in a Down Economy

The new wave of college grads plunging into the job search will confront a not-much-improved economy. If that wasn’t bad enough, these millennials – portrayed as the “Me, Me, Me Generation” – come to the marketplace with “spoiled” stamped on their résumés.

New research by an Emory business school professor, however, indicates that the narcissistic stereotype might not fit current and recent grads. Using data from three studies that looked at older generations, Emily Bianchi found that those entering the workforce in hard times are less likely to be narcissistic later in life than those who come of age in more prosperous times.

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