College Grads in US – Wages are terrible

Job Market Monitor

More young people are grabbing debt to go to college, but they can’t punch the ticket to full-fledged adulthood, because college-grad wages are growing at historically pitiful levels. In fact, the incomes of recent college grads are growing so glacially that they make the rest of the country look like we’re discovering $100 bills in our coat jackets every morning.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at  Why Are Wages for Young College Grads So Terrible? – Derek Thompson – The Atlantic.

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