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Waiting for Takeoff
Sunday, May 1, 2011
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The stories I read about our industry sometimes makes me shake my head. A capable and promising graduate student recently wrote that she can't find a decent job. It seems she-and hundreds of other soon-to-be graduates-are looking to make a substantial contribution to any firm that will give them a shot, but few are willing to hire her to take advantage of her skills and energy. Other writers echo her concern by saying planning firms need to hire these folks.

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