Millennials could be forgiven for thinking it’s a terrible time to be young, as the nation recovers from an historic economic slump that has destroyed thousands of jobs usually intended to kick-start their burgeoning careers. But restaurant executives and experts beg to disagree, saying that despite their unfortunate timing and higher-than-average rates of unemployment, young restaurant employees and consumers have much to offer the industry. 
 Rather than worry about a whole age ...

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