New College Graduates Think They’re Much Better Hires Than They Really Are
A new study from Chegg finds that college students dramatically overestimate how ready they are for the workplace
College used to be a practical guarantee of getting a decent, well-paying job. That’s not the case anymore, as more students end up unemployed or working jobs they feel overqualified for. But students still haven’t updated their expectations or their assessment of what college does for them.
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