In most majors, college graduates come out of school making closer to $30,000 than $45,000. Take the 44 percent of all working grads who are underemployed and multiply it by 20 percent. You get 8 percent of the whole.
These post-recession years have not been gentle on young college grads, and by now, you’ve heard plenty of stories about students matriculating from campus to life as a barista. But how many B.A.’s are really out there toiling in dead-end jobs?
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