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Jobs, Income and Post-Secondary Education

The difficult job market presently facing many freshly minted university and college graduates in North America and Europe has caused some to question whether the traditional arguments in favour of Post-Secondary Education still apply. In recent years, there have been many news reports and academic studies pointing to the swelling ranks of unemployed and underemployed degree holders – helping to fan doubts about the value of post-secondary credentials.