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a total of seventeen companies spread across several sectors of the economy including big names like starbucks j. p. morgan chase and microsoft announcing a plan monday they want to hire or at least train one hundred thousand young low income and minority workers within three years , i'm reuters reporter can we get is in new york employers have been complaining for years about the lack of job ready americans resulting in millions of job postings going unfulfilled at the same time america's youth falling further behind in this economic recovery unemployment for teenagers is nearly four times the national average , and impose high , and there are five point six million but , before or not in school and not at work according to the company's starbucks c. e. o. howard schultz not shy in taking on social issues leading the charge in the attempt to come up with a solution he and his wife announcing they are writing a thirty million dollar check to a family foundation to help kick start to jobs internships and training program in the new york times op ed hiring spree kicks off next month with a jobs fair in chicago after and rapper plumbing will host a talk as organizers hope to give the event some street cred