From the article:
"serving lattes for minimum wage plus tips is a painful prospect to the average college student, who graduates with $21,000 in the red."
We just reported about the 700 people applying for an Ohio school janitor position. And now Time Magazine is reporting even with a college education the job prospects are slim. How are teachers handling keeping moral up in the classroom, and more importantly, how are they equipping students to succeed despite the highest unemployment rate in decades?