Bleak Job Market Faces 2020 Grads

The COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on U.S. economy have produced another set of worries: the absence of opportunity for the nearly 4 million college grads hitting the labor market soon. The corollary, of course, is that the inability of these newly-minted professionals to contribute tax revenue to Social Security and Medicare can only exacerbate the funding challenges these two massive programs face. J. Edward Moreno and Justine Coleman, posting today on, provide a synopsis of the employment situation this year’s graduates have ahead of them. Check it out here…


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