Young professionals and recent graduates have struggled to find work in a sliding economy, but Silicon Valley has been relatively immune ... until now, Reuters reports. Silicon Valley companies that initially resisted the swooning of the economy are looking to cut costs and shed entry-level positions, and people in their 20s are finding a college degree is no longer their golden ticket to a dream job in high tech. "I feel like I put in all the work [in school] to not have a job," said Jillian Crawford, 25, who's been looking for a marketing job with a tech company...

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