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Posted: 4/18/2017 7:52:30 PM EDT

For the first time, college graduates make up a larger share of the workforce than workers with a high school diploma or less. Nearly all the jobs created in the recovery, 11.5 million out of 11.6 million, have gone to workers with at least some postsecondary education. At the other end of the education spectrum, workers with a high school diploma or less essentially have experienced no job recovery.  So far, they have gained 80,000 jobs in the recovery, just a tiny fraction of the 5.6 million jobs that were  lost by these workers in the recession
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Link Posted: 4/18/2017 8:29:17 PM EDT
Skimmed though the report.

1. I've heard for 8 years unskilled immigrants are coming to the US and becoming productive workers. This reports says different, there are no new jobs for unskilled immigrants to take.
2. This report seems to push the narrative that a bachelors degree is the new high school  diploma.
3. What fucking recovery is this report talking about?
Link Posted: 4/18/2017 8:43:35 PM EDT
Personally for me a 4-year college never hurts, and always helps.  Plus there are some very pretty coeds there
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