When enthusiastic freshman enter college each fall they are filled with excitement as they embark on the first year of “independent,” entry-level adults, the world is their oyster. While most college freshmen look forward to the fun that goes along with their first real taste of freedom, they also expect to graduate as highly sought after job applicants.
For the thousands of recent college graduates who are gradually realizing that they really aren’t anything special, and that there are not enough jobs to go around for everyone, their idealist notions will quickly dissipate. Given the fact that college graduates are now a dime a dozen, many soon realize that their degrees are nothing more than fancy sheets of parchment with their names stamped within the texts of dead languages.
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