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Generation Gap: Entering the ‘real world’

College graduation has always been a time of excitement, opportunity and anxiety. But have graduates always approached their post-baccalaureate plans the same way? A college senior in Henniker and a retired corporate man share their thoughts on one of life’s great milestones: entering the “real world.”

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