After four years of college, many graduates are ending up in jobs that only require the ability to operate a cash register with a smile.Trading caps and gowns for mops || MarketWatch
After commencement, a growing number young people say they have no choice but to take low-skilled jobs, according to a survey released this week. And while 63% of “Generation Y” workers — those age 18 to 29 — have a bachelor’s degree, the majority of the jobs taken by graduates don’t require one, according to an online survey of 500,000 young workers carried out between July 2011 and July 2012 by PayScale.com, a company that collects data on salaries.
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College Students Taking Jobs That Require No Degree
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