]When I graduated college, I got to sit in a huge crowd of starry-eyed young adults just like myself. We heard inspirational speeches from past graduates and business owners and chatted amongst ourselves about our aspirational plans for the future (for the story’s sake, forget anything about our current unemployment rates). I even got to shake hands with the college president.
Unfortunately, when these chickens graduate, they don’t get degrees – they become cutlets and ground chicken and sausages. Though in this economy, is that preferable to tackling post-college employment prospects? Read the rest of this entry »