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For the Class of 2019: more job offers, flat pay

by Mitchell Hartman May 27, 2019
The tight labor market means new college grads have leverage in the job market. But that's not translating to significantly higher pay.
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Graduating into the Economy

Just graduate college and want to eventually own a home? Follow these easy steps

by Lizzie O'Leary Jun 8, 2018
OK, so it's not actually as simple as 1, 2, 3 ...

High school graduation rates up, but there’s more than math to those numbers

by Erika Beras Jun 5, 2018
A study out from Johns Hopkins University tells us that at 84 percent, high school graduation rates are officially at an all-time high. That’s good news right? Maybe not, because increasing numbers of those high school grads arrive at college…
Divided Decade

The best advice for college students unlucky enough to graduate into a recession: Be flexible

by Scott Tong May 24, 2018
While studies suggest recession graduates tend to fall behind their nonrecession peers in terms of salary and don’t catch up for 10 to 20 years, there are ways to catch up more quickly and make up the gap.
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Divided Decade

How good is it for the class of 2018?

by Mitchell Hartman May 23, 2018
This year's college graduates enter one of the best job markets since the Great Recession.
Saul Rivera has just graduated from the University of Texas-Austin with a degree in astronomy. He's been applying for entry-level jobs at planetariums, museums and observatories around the country.
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Divided Decade

Even in a robust economy, all college graduates are not equal

by Mitchell Hartman May 23, 2018
It's a good job market for the class of 2018, but not everyone with a B.A. is likely to fare well economically.
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Divided Decade

Why a college degree has become more important after the Great Recession, not less

by Kai Ryssdal May 22, 2018
Public funding for higher ed may be getting scarcer, but a college degree is only getting more valuable.
US President Barack Obama (C) stands with ASU President Michael Crow (L) during the Arizona State University commencement ceremony at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Arizona May 13, 2009.  
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Divided Decade

Expectations run into reality after graduating during the recession

by Scott Tong May 22, 2018
Financial damage can be lasting, several studies suggest.
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Divided Decade

The class of 2008 offers advice to the class of 2018

by Scott Tong and Hayley Hershman May 22, 2018
Graduates from the Great Recession at the University of Arkansas returned to give advice to this year's graduates.
Graduates from 2008 and 2018 met at the University of Central Arkansas for a roundtable discussion.
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Divided Decade

So, you're graduating into a financial crisis ...

by Carrie Barber May 21, 2018
Here's what notable speakers had to say to the classes of 2009 and 2010, when job opportunities were scarce.
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