Citing a report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, titled “Youth and Work: Restoring Teen and Young Adult Connections to Opportunity” a recent RT article reports that America is facing the largest youth unemployment rate since World War II.
And as a future college grad, that’s a little scary. We’re taught that if we get a college education, then a job will follow. Well, more and more we’re finding this to be false. Is a college education really worth what we think it is?
In an article titled “How Liberal Arts Colleges are Failing America,” The Atlantic asks this same question.
A degree does not guarantee you or your children a good job anymore. In fact, it doesn’t guarantee you a job: last year, 1 out of 2 bachelor’s degree holders under 25 were jobless or unemployed. Since the recession, we’ve lost millions of high- and mid-wage jobs
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