BA, But No Job

The risks of a mismatch between costly university degrees and job opportunities have become clearer in recent years. Anthony Carnevale, director of the Center on Education and the Workforce at Georgetown University, said nearly a third of people aged 22 through 26 with a Bachelor of Arts degree either don’t have a job or are working at one that doesn’t require a university degree. The numbers are similar for young people with vocational degrees, but those lower-cost degrees don’t typically lead to heavy debts….

Pushing the Illusion Of Recovery

Related: The War On Your Intuition

…It boils down to this: are America’s problems real, or are they the result of perception? The Status Quo is expending staggering sums of time, money and energy to convince you that it’s perception: if only you believe the statistics and assurances, all the problems your intuition has red-flagged will vanish.

So what will you accept as real–your intuition that something is deeply amiss in America, or the official propaganda that all is well? The goal of this war is to persuade you to surrender your independence and intuition in favor of passive acceptance of the cleverly cloaked tyranny of the current arrangement.

If they cannot persuade you, then disorienting you will do. Misdirecting your intuition is victory enough.

http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2015/01/2015-war-intuition-something-fundamentally-amiss.html

False Flags To Keep Coalition In Line

Current Economic News 12/31/14

Record Poverty In 2015?

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…”When you think about the human misery and poverty and deprivation that Greek people are going through, how can people have the audacity to call this a success?”…

http://truth-out.org/news/item/27923-what-they-haven-t-told-us-about-the-european-financial-crisis