The Chicago Tribune
Though the economy is growing and new jobs are being created, … those graduating in June are not likely to see major improvements. About 1.7 million students are projected to graduate this spring with a bachelor’s degree and 687,000 with a master’s, according to the U.S. Department of Education.
“We are doing a great disservice by not admitting how bad it is for young people (to get a job),” [Northeastern University analyst Andrew] Sum said.
This is what you get after four expensive years of hard work at the university. With McDonald’s just announcing it plans to hire 50,000 people, this seems like a trend with staying power. Remember when these kinds of positions were derisively labeled “McJobs” when Republicans were in the Oval Office? Now they’re the new reality, and apparently no one’s fault.
Congratulations, Obama voters. You’re winning the future, one burger at a time. Do you want fries with that?