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GenFKD Co-Founder Justin Dent on Millennial Employment for The Hill

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GenFKD co-founder Justin Dent penned an op-ed alongside Bernie Marcus, the co-founder of The Home Depot, concerning millennial employment and the political process in The Hill.

In the piece, Dent and Marcus cite the lack of attention paid to millennials, specifically millennial job creation, during this election cycle and implore candidates to pay attention to one of the most powerful voting blocs in the country.

“At the next debate, millennials want a candidate brave enough to propose an actual, concrete plan for taking the country forward and ensuring that businesses increase hiring the next generation.  So whether it’s supporting entrepreneurs or recognizing the importance of small business, millenials need to hear you. They might just decide who wins in 2016.”

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