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The young and the relentless

For professionals, youth doesn't necessarily end at 30. Or 40.

Michael Russo (left, with Brandon Vogel at a networking party at the Beehive) says he considers himself a young professional because he's not married and 'I don't have to report to anyone, for lack of a better word.' Michael Russo (left, with Brandon Vogel at a networking party at the Beehive) says he considers himself a young professional because he's not married and "I don't have to report to anyone, for lack of a better word." (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Meredith Goldstein
Globe Staff / May 12, 2008

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During an afternoon Internet surf, Dennis Franczak visited a Boston Young Professionals Association message board to chat but got insecure about his right to be there. After all, he was almost 40. (Full article: 953 words)

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