Millennial Misery: Young, Talented, Educated and Unemployed!

They're probably the best educated and most technologically savvy generation to enter today's work force, but they can't get a job.

The group of young graduates known as "Millennials" are finding, much to their surprise and frustration, that their unique skills don't give them much of an advantage in today's crippling recession.

The so-called "Millennial Generation," those born in the 1980s and '90s (ages 18 to 29) are now entering the work force as the first generation of American workers since WWII with more dismal prospects of landing a job than the generations that preceded them.

-- See average salaries of jobs for workers age 18 - 25.