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There are 5,000 janitors in the U.S. with PhD’s | Gawker
There are 18,000 parking lot attendants in the U.S. with college degrees. There are 5,000 janitors in the U.S. with PhDs. In all, some 17 million college-educated Americans have jobs that don’t require their level of education. Why?
The data comes from a the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and can be seen here in handy, depressing chart form:
At least they found work with a PHD. Locally I am to educated. I can’t even get a job at MacDonelds. Only work I can get is goverment and I refuse to work for it. It would feel like I was working for the mob.