Difficult times weigh on college graduates’ choices

Economic turmoil. Mortgage crisis. Government bailouts. Foreclosure. Unemployment. The list can go on as the frustration and failure seemingly mounts. Does this sound familiar? People see and hear these phrases and terms everyday, while recent graduates and young adults feel the pressure and tension associated with such negativity in the economy.

It almost seems as though we’ve grown callous to such news, as though we’ve been sensitized to hearing the same downfalls reported day after day. Yet, these are the realities that college graduates and young adults across the nation are facing as they attempt to embark on careers and life-changes. And now, among the negativity, reporters are focusing on why college is not worth it anymore.

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