"The graduate without a future is a human expression of an economic problem: the west’s model is broken. It cannot deliver enough high-value work for its highly educated workforce. Yet the essential commodity – a degree – now costs so much that it will take decades of low-remunerated work to pay for it."
Most depressing thing I’ve ever read. Actually no: someone recently gave me a copy of Ross Perlin’s ‘Intern Nation’ and I basically cried through the whole thing as if it was the bridge scene in Save The Last Dance. UGH what am I doing with my life.
1 note, July 2, 2012