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As a participant in the NLSY97, you are a crucial part of one of the most interesting and informative surveys in the U.S. The NLSY97 is a vital source of information for policy makers and researchers who want to know more about the experiences and concerns of people in your generation. The survey includes people who were born in the years 1980 to 1984 and living in the U.S. when the survey began in 1997.
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View more information about this project at: www.norc.org/nlsy97