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Many non-college people in their late teens and early 20s are employed — but they also experience higher rates of joblessness. And they are far less likely to be politically engaged than their enrolled peers.

There's still time to engage the 16 million young voters who aren't in college

Stern is the youth civic education and engagement coordinator in Texas for the Children's Defense Fund, which advocates to improve the health, welfare and education of young people.

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