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This year's graduating seniors may face higher risk for job burnout than their parents' generation, say business and career experts.

One of those grads, 22-year-old Ruth Igielnik, kicked off her career at a Washington political polling firm just weeks after donning her cap and gown at the University of Maryland.

"I'm going to be available as much as they need me," she says, acknowledging the long hours she'll be working ahead of November elections. Read full article »

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