But as the following article suggests, most college grads who want a decent job find one. Eventually...JL
Derek Thompson reports in The Atlantic:
Seven years after the Great Recession, about half of young college graduates between the ages of 22 and 27 are said to be “underemployed”—working in a job that hasn’t required a college degree—including that infamous caricature, the College-Educated Barista. (But) a career is a lifelong project, and underemployment, even for liberal-arts students, appears to be a temporary condition.