This is not good news for the Philosophy and English majors among us. College graduates with humanities majors are more likely to be unemployed or working a job, like bussing tables, that doesn't require a college degree than they are to have a position that calls for a bachelor's.
Meanwhile, Catherine Rampell writes
the typical student loan debt is $20,000 for graduates of classes 2006 to 2010.
Read the full story in the New York Times
And read Don Peck in The Atlantic
on the lingering effects of a deep recession on employment and pay.