In the past, the majority of jobs in the United States were located at colleges and universities. But as the average age of college graduates has crept up, that ratio has changed. Today, the number of jobs in the education field is growing more like 4,000% since 1975.
As college students are less likely to be able to find jobs in their field, it makes sense that college graduates are more likely to be unemployed. Now, that’s not to say that college graduates are all lazy slobs. There are still plenty of jobs that require a college degree, such as doctors and lawyers. But the demand for these jobs is being much more heavily driven by the demand for higher education than ever before.
I think this is a more important issue than some of the other more common issues in the education field. While college graduates are more likely to be unemployed, the amount of education that college degrees provide is more than what the average college graduate needs in order to find a job.
The real problem is that college is becoming less and less affordable. In fact, the cost of a college degree has nearly tripled in the last 15 years, and the average degree costs about $21,000. So a bachelor’s degree costs just $3,000 more than a high school diploma. That’s more than twice the average salary.
This is how I find myself in a strange place. I have a bachelor’s in English and History and I’m an English major. I’m currently working in a bookstore but I’m not making much money and I’m considering graduate school. I have no idea what I’ll do with my degree but I figure I can use it to get an internship.
I know you can probably guess what I’m doing with my degree, but I’m not sure you’d agree with me if you saw it. I’m not complaining about the $21K, though, I’m just saying I might not get a lot of money with it. But if that’s the case, I’d like to be able to use my degree to help make a small amount of money by working in some sort of employment. My degree is from a State University.
As a matter of fact, Ill end up being a school administrator. Ill be the school district’s administrator. Ill have to do some teaching, but Ill be an administrator so Ill get to use my degree. Ill have to think a little bit about what my career might look like at this stage, but Ill think Ill get a job in some sort of employment with a salary. Idk if Ill even get a job, but Ill assume Ill get one.
I have a couple of other jobs I’m interested in, so I don’t really need to go into details.
Ill end up doing some kind of university research program, but Ill also do some teaching and some administrative duties, so Ill end up working in some sort of employment with a salary. Ill end up getting a degree. Ill end up working in some sort of employment with a salary. Ill end up getting some sort of employment with a salary. Ill end up working in some sort of employment with a salary. Ill end up working in some sort of employment with a salary.
I’ve always been a bit under the impression that if you want to work in an actual industry, you need to have a degree. But in this case, that’s not the case. You don’t need to have a degree to work in a job where you are in some sort of employment. (Though it’s always nice to have a degree in law or anything else that you think may have some relevant skills.