Thousands of students are graduating from colleges across New Jersey this month, but a new survey shows they could struggle significantly in landing a job that connects to their major or career choice.
Did you have to work your way through college? If so, how did you do it? Did you flip burgers or work on the boardwalk all summer to afford text books in September or maybe you mowed lawns and got tanned as you watched people poolside while you sweated.
It seems to be happening more and more in New Jersey. Young adults and their families take out loans and spend a small fortune on a college education, but once they get their diploma, those college grads can't find a job.