Underemployment Isn’t a Problem in All Sectors

Posted on February 9, 2013 12:00 pm

A new study shows that 37% of college graduates are working in jobs that don’t require degrees.

Well, at least no one working for Obama seems to be overqualified.

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5 Responses to “Underemployment Isn’t a Problem in All Sectors”

  1. NoMoBama says:

    Most of their degrees don’t have “jobs” associated with them to begin with so this shouldn’t come as a big surprise. I bet the fact that most of them are covered in tattoos and various, hey everybody look at me, I’m different piercings might have something to do with it too.

  2. Son of Bob says:

    Unless you’re a specialist like a doctor or lawyer, why would most jobs require a degree? A degree is a piece of paper that says you spent a lot of money to listen to a bearded liberal lecture you on why he believes America sucks.

  3. zzyzx says:

    The young lady I periodically see on the left of the screen wearing the I Used to Care tee-shirt is most assuredly overqualified.

  4. Carpenter says:

    Actually Underemployment is a good thing! The Underemployed (including myself) will probably all be recycled someday for purposes that serve the Divine Shadow Obama (or Hillary or Pelozi).

    And lets face the facts. Its just a matter of time before the Liberals “have to” create a Protein Bank and organ recycling facilities. Anyone deemed unfit for Human Life (Limabaugh, Fox News, Michael Savage, ect..) can then be legally recycled into food for the poor. Its perfect. 2 birds with 1 stone.

    The unproductive (aka underemployed) are just a drain on the system. Now they can become something useful like a healthy Soylent Green Sandwich or a yummy protien fortified Soylent beverage.

    Employed people pay taxes. They are necessary. The underemployed, however, are a financial burden. Recycle them.

  5. Oppo says:

    @2. Son of Bob: If I’m ever called upon to deliver a commencement address, it will be your 20-word one:

    “You spent a lot of money to listen to a bearded liberal lecture you on why he believes America sucks.”

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