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Young people about to interview for jobs. While this latest crop of new workers might have an easier time finding their first full-time jobs, understanding the benefits packages that accompany those job offers still remains a challenge. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Another summer has come and gone, ushering in the latest entrants into the full-time workforce. This latest class of workers – many of whom still haven’t framed their diplomas – is entering the labor pool at one of the best times in recent years: with unemployment rates at a historic low and many industries facing both a worker shortage and an impending exodus of experienced workers fast approaching retirement, many employers are more willing than ever to hire those with limited or no experience.

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