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In , a survey with identically worded questions was done in the same state, with the same age group. What a difference 15 years makes. In the s, those loosed upon the world after high-school graduation faced a booming economy and relatively sunny job prospects; more recently, high-school and college graduates have faced less hospitable conditions.