About 284,000 Americans with college degrees were working minimum wage jobs last year, according to WSJ. That’s 70 percent more college grads working for the minimum wage than 10 years ago.
Nearly half of the college graduates in the class of 2010 are working in jobs that don’t require a bachelor’s degree and 38 percent have jobs that don’t even require a high school diploma, according to a January report from the Center for College Affordability and Productivity.
So much for government's plan to make a college education easily available. It has dumb down the value of college education to near zero.