A 2012 study found that 53.6 percent of college graduates under the age of 25 are unemployed or doing work they could have done without a college degree—read: cab driver or hotel room cleaner.
A 2014 study that tracked college graduates since 2009 found that a quarter are living at home two years after graduation, 20 percent were earning less than $30,000 a year, and half of those less than $20,000.
The news is even worse for liberal arts majors. A 2014 study found that only 2% of employers are looking for candidates with a liberal arts degree. 49% believe there are “no jobs” out there for those with a liberal arts degree.
But there you are with your B.A. in psychology, sociology, English, ethnic or gender studies, art history, etc. You also have a mountain of debt. You want a job. You need a job. But how do you defy the odds? I offer suggestions in my PsychologyToday.com article today.