September 21, 2012
nprfreshair:

The Graph That Should Accompany Every Article About Young Americans and the Recession
Real earnings for young grads with a college degree have now declined for six straight years. “Real average earnings for young grads have fallen by over 15% since 2000, or by about $10,000 in constant 2011 dollars,” PPI reports.
Read more. [Image: Progressive Policy Institute]

nprfreshair:

The Graph That Should Accompany Every Article About Young Americans and the Recession

Real earnings for young grads with a college degree have now declined for six straight years. “Real average earnings for young grads have fallen by over 15% since 2000, or by about $10,000 in constant 2011 dollars,” PPI reports.

Read more. [Image: Progressive Policy Institute]

(Source: theatlantic)

  1. misfittoys reblogged this from nprfreshair
  2. capnmidori reblogged this from a-mead-gal and added:
    LOLOLOLOLOLOL @ this graph.
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  6. foreverrhapsody reblogged this from nprfreshair and added:
    fuck is earning 55K seriously i know it’s an...but seriously SERIOUSLY
  7. yourmoneyandlife reblogged this from theatlantic
  8. shadesofbrixton reblogged this from nprfreshair and added:
    FML, I graduated in ‘07,...my salary was not, nor has it ever been, anywhere close to...
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  12. mischief-dream reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    And this is why I can say my liberal arts degree failed me.
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  18. middlenameconfused reblogged this from kiplinger and added:
    Stuff like this…makes me mad. Especially since you could recreate this graph with the opposite trend with rising tuition...
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  24. tasessions reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    Interesting. What’s the larger graph look like?
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  29. julestx reblogged this from nprfreshair and added:
    heck?! I’ve never made at...above even the lowest amount.
  30. okaycaroline reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    My income doesn’t even come CLOSE to making it onto this graph. I used to think this didn’t matter.
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