After Graduation

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  1. Rich Banker Dude March 9, 2016

    I don’t see a problem here.

  2. Lazier Than Thou March 9, 2016

    Try not majoring in a worthless degree next time. Or, perhaps you should skip college if it’s not going to lead to a better future. Some of the best paying jobs have nothing to do with a college degree. Go to a trade school or start your own business.
    Na, I’m just kidding. Just vote for Bernie Sanders and he’ll make other people pay for your bad decisions and lack of foresight.

    • Best paying jobs? Are you advocating drug trafficking? Prostitution?

    • Nah get a business degree and go into prostitution management.

    • opherfuxake April 27, 2016

      “Try not majoring in a worthless degree next time.”
      This, to a great extent. Frankly, most high school graduates should probably go into a trade school.
      “Just vote for Bernie Sanders and he’ll make other people pay for your bad decisions and lack of foresight.”
      Ah, right. I forgot the “generational theft” angle. Kudos.

  3. ‘Merica!

  4. The Logical Psycho March 9, 2016

    Im employed in this same job and the salary is pretty good!

  5. Cats > Cardboard Homes

  6. The education system in this country is nearly worthless. It no longer serves the intended function (giving you a competitive advantage) since the deck is stacked against you to the point where you’re not going to succeed anyway. Even graduates in STEM fields now face being replaced by cheaper foreign workers.
    The only people who profit from it are the ever-growing legions of administrators with their 6-figure salaries, and the unions that represent them.
    What’s the point? I’d have been better off financially if I’d apprenticed as a plumber or learned to drive a truck than having gone to college.

    • PatronasKitty7 March 10, 2016

      Or maybe it’s a funny comic about how hard it is to get a job and pay off out student debts. You must be fun at parties.

    • Ask yourself why college is so expensive in the US.

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