New Study Indicates That, Statistically Speaking, College Graduates Aren't Totally Screwed

New Study Indicates That, Statistically Speaking, College Graduates Aren't Totally Screwed

A new study from Georgetown University reveals that the unemployment rate for all college grads is 4.5 percent, while the unemployment rate for recent high school grads is almost 24 percent.

However, complicating this neat fact is the unemployment rate for recent college grads: 6.8 percent.

See, it is tough out there for young folks. But it is substantially less tough for those youngsters with four-year degrees.

[via Gawker]

Tags: college-degree, unemployment
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