Phi Beta Cons

The Right take on higher education.

NYT Sees Problem, Botches the Analysis


In a Pope Center piece, professor Gary Jason writes about a recent New York Times story in which the reporter correctly observes that many young college grads are employed in jobs that reasonably intelligent high-school kids could do (such as delivering documents), but fails to understand the underlying problem: America has badly oversold higher education.


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