College Graduates Making 8% to 11% Less

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College Graduates Making 8% to 11% Less

According to the Economic Policy Institute, female college graduates are making 7.6 percent less than they did 10 years ago, while their male counterparts are making 11 percent less. What do you think?

  • "It's not like 2002, when a guy could graduate from a liberal arts college and just watch the money roll in."

    Jenn Serreo
    Systems Analyst
  • "Maybe they're just not joining the right frats."

    David King
    Door Assembler
  • "My kids had all the toys, clothing, and gadgets they wanted. Elmo on TV told them how special they were. I even hid the death of our family dog from them. Now it's time to throw them into the deep end of the pool and see if they can swim."

    Ward Dee
    Hydrographer