Ted Rall Cartoon: Generation X Employed — Not!

Poor Gen X-ers. In their 20s, boomers wouldn’t hire them. Too young. In their 40s and 50s, boomers’ kids think they’re too clueless. What happens down the road? Ted Rall cartoon.

aNewDomain.net — Our resident Gen X-er and Pultizer nominated political cartoonist makes an excellent point below. Here’s the latest Ted Rall cartoon.

They wouldn’t hire us in our 20s. We had cool ideas, but boomers thought we were snotty kids. Now, in our 40s and 50s, the boomers’ kids say we’re clueless codgers. What lies ahead? Hunger. It’s employment, Gen X style.

Cartoon: Ted Rall

For aNewDomain.net, I’m Ted Rall.

Based in New York, Ted Rall is a nationally-syndicated columnist, editorial cartoonist and war correspondent who specializes in Afghanistan and Central Asia. The author of 17 books, most-recently published The Book of Obama: How We Went From Hope and Change to the Age of Revolt, Rall is twice the winner of the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award and is a Pulitzer Prize finalist. Follow him @TedRall, check out his Facebook fan page and definitely follow his Google+ stream here. Ted’s upcoming book After We Kill You, We Will Welcome You As Honored Guests: Unembedded in Afghanistan is due out in 2014.

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Ted Rall

Based in New York, Ted Rall is aNewDomain's chief commentator and a nationally syndicated editorial cartoonist. A Pulitzer nominee, Rall's latest book is the NYT bestselling book, Trump: A Graphic Biography.
Support his work and see his toons first at his site on Petreon. Follow him on Twitter @tedrall

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