THE UNCOMMITTED CLASS OF 1989 This year's college grads aren't into permanence. They show no loyalty toward their corporate employers and expect none in return. It may be a perfect match

Pare, Terence P.; Kirkpatrick, David
June 1989
Fortune;6/5/1989, Vol. 119 Issue 12, p199
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