A new survey suggests that the time it takes to find a new job is getting longer.
More than half of Americans now say that they’ve searched for work in the last year, according to a new survey by The Atlantic.
A majority of the people surveyed were working in their 20s, and nearly half of them were doing so at a time when they were still in high school.
The survey, which was conducted by job search platform Indeed, also found that the average age of people applying for jobs has increased over the last three years.
That means that, while the number of jobs available for young people is dropping, it’s not just the job market that is shrinking.
According to the survey, the median age of applicants for job openings has risen from 28 years old to 30 years old, with the median salary increasing from $45,000 to $55,000.
More and more people are choosing to take the leap of faith and start their own businesses, a trend that is sure to only increase in the coming years.
The report comes as the economy continues to strengthen and jobs in the US are booming.
The unemployment rate in the country fell to 6.3 percent last month, which is down from 7.7 percent a month earlier.
However, the jobless rate has been on the rise for years, and has reached its highest level since 2008.
Despite the steady increase in jobs, many people are still reluctant to enter the workforce, the report noted.
As they age, millennials are less likely to find jobs in their mid-20s, according the report.
This is especially true for those who are in their 30s and 40s, as well as those who grew up in households earning more than $50,000 per year.
The most important thing to remember about the jobs survey, according Toensing, is that the numbers don’t reflect the entire country.
The results are based on responses from 1,974 people in the U.S. and were collected online from February 18 to March 12.