The fact is, university grads are getting jobs

Average Employment is 93% two years graduation, up from 87.4$ six months after graduationThis fall, thousands of students entered or returned to Canadian universities. By graduation they will have grown intellectually, socially and emotionally — and they’ll expect that growth to help them start a career.

Yet they’re bombarded by stories of unemployed or underemployed university graduates. Everyone seems to know, or has heard about, a graduate living in their parents’ basement or working as a barista, despite possessing an honours bachelors degree.

If this were true it would be cause for alarm. But the facts suggest otherwise.

Read more in The National Post.