May 16, 2012

SandBoxBlogs: Glenwood Springs Post Independent "Recent college grads won't vote for more ‘hope and change' "

James Kellogg:
"....The rhetoric of “hope and change” that lured youth to vote for candidate Obama was replaced by the harsh economic realities of the Obama presidency. Employment prospects for college graduates are dim. Many newly educated young people are deciding that elections are about the economy, not platitudes and promises.

One out of every two college graduates under the age of 25 is jobless or underemployed. That amounts to about 1.5 million people with bachelor's degrees. Some have moved back in with their parents. Others are scraping by on low wage jobs while sending out scores of resumes to no avail.

Those are real world facts. These kids are cynical about the president's claims that the economy is improving....." (Read more? Click title)

"Unapologetic pursuit and tracking of patterns within the news others make since 2010."

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