Skip to main content

Current crop of California college grads can't find jobs they want

Sacramento Bee (California) - Call them the underemployed generation.

Since the start of the recession, the number of new college graduates in California working as cashiers, office clerks, retail salespersons, bartenders, secretaries, child care workers, tellers and customer service representatives has jumped by 40 percent, or 12,000, according to a Bee review of census data.

Meanwhile, the number of new grads employed in their chosen professions as schoolteachers, architects, accountants and myriad other careers has fallen. Read more.


Popular posts from this blog