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In 2010, 39.3 percent of adults between the ages of 25 and 34 had a post-secondary degree, up from 38.8 percent in 2009. While the rate has creeped up steadily since 2008, underemployment has kept pace, according to Vedder's research -- the report found that the number of college grads will grow by 19 million between 2010 and 2020, while the number of jobs requiring that education is expected to grow by less than 7 million.
Maybe college should be a system designed more for the entrepreneur rather then forcing every person on the planet through this system mercilessly with the expected result of having a good job after.
Whats wrong with us? This is the real problem with the economy in the United States, and maybe abroad.
Anyway here is an article...
If your in a low demand degree you better be out there during your off time volunteering and setting up connections or your going to be sorry once you do graduate. Unless you pick the right field there won't be a job waiting for you.