By Val Matta
By now, graduates of the class of 2014 have walked across the stage, turned their tassels and received their coveted diplomas
You’ve worked really hard over the past four years and had some awesome experiences — and there’s a good chance you’re a little burned out from finals (not to mention one or two graduation celebrations). There’s just one problem: You don’t have a job.
It’s a pretty crummy time to be a college grad. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the jobless rate for college graduates ages 20 to 24 stood at 8% in 2013, compared to about 5% in 2007. This is a huge problem, particularly as more young professionals take on jobs that don’t necessarily apply to their expertise, effectively putting a wedge between their dream career paths and future realities. Read more…
Source: Mashable Business