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Most young Bay Staters say future's bright

Survey taken to learn how to keep key demographic

By John C. Drake
Globe Staff / July 16, 2008

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A majority of state residents ages 25 to 39 - seen as holding the key to the state's economic competitiveness - feel upwardly mobile and believe the future looks bright for their children in Massachusetts, despite current strains on their pocketbooks, a new survey suggests. (Full article: 830 words)

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