The anti-business and anti-growth policies of the Obama Administration have continually been proven to be a failed path for the current crisis our country faces.
And either by design or by President Obama's continued blundering, the future for college graduates entering the already depressed job market appears to be a life of being shackled by government backed student loans when contrasted against their predicted earnings.
While the average earnings of college educated individuals entering the workforce will leave them "Hoping for 'change' in their pocket." This November maybe their college educated smarts will shine through and they will "Hope for Change" in the White House!
From Economic Policy Institute --
During college graduation season, attention often turns toward the labor market prospects of the young men and women preparing to enter the workforce. We can get a sense of the earnings this new crop of graduates might expect by looking at the wages of young (age 21-24) college graduates. In 2011, young college graduates had an average hourly wage of $16.81 per hour, which translates into an annual income of roughly $35,000 for a full-time, full-year worker. Average hourly wages for young female graduates remain substantially less (13.9 percent) than those of young male graduates.