THE year is 2008. As a college junior, I remember the awe-inspiring novelty of the first iPhone. A simple swipe on a glass surface connected you to a world of information and people, a concept seemingly ripped from a science fiction movie. Today, smartphones and the app store are commonplace, shaping the careers of millennials.

Now, another generation — the Class of 2024 — stands poised to enter a workforce shaped by a similarly transformative technology: artificial intelligence (AI). This technological leap can feel daunting, mirroring the anxieties each generation experiences with tech advancements. After all, "digital marketer" or "iOS developer" wasn't a career path when I was in college. But it became a career path for many of my peers in the years following.

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