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Reason #33: Today’s College Grads Face Far Higher Unemployment Rates

Why Senate Democrats Should Act on 40 House-Passed Jobs Bills
September 9, 2014 — The Jobs Search   

Today’s College Grads Face Far Higher Unemployment Rates. Compared to their older peers, today’s college grads face higher rates of unemployment well beyond age 30.

Source: Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Are Recent Grads Finding Good Jobs?


As introduced on June 17, 2014, Ways and Means Chairman Camp is listing 40 reasons for the Senate to pass the 40 jobs bills the House has already approved.  The reasons define the distress Americans continue to feel in the “new normal” of high unemployment and weak job creation resulting from Obama Administration economic policies. 

View the prior reasons here.


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