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  • Andres Martinez-Fernandez: Young people paying price for Obamacare

    Los Angeles Times - 10/20/2013

    A study conducted in May by Georgetown University found graduates with a bachelor’s degree between the ages of 22 and 26 face unemployment rates as high as 14.7 percent. On top of that, college graduates under the age of 25 have a “mal-employment” rate of 36 percent, according to Andrew Sun, director of the Center for Labor Market Studies at Northeastern University. That is to say, they are working in positions that don’t even require a college degree, despite an average $35,000 debt many have accumulated in obtaining that degree.


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