Two Charts That Reflect Gradually Resolving Underemployment for College Graduates and Increased Student-Debt Load

These statistics include, of course, millennials who have not attended or completed college, but given that the percentages for both attending and completing college are higher for their generation than for any previous generation, I think that it is very safe to suggest that the debt loads and employment prospects of those who have attended college and who have completed degrees are reflected in these numbers. Indeed, among those millennials who are still enrolled in college, a larger percentage may be still living with their parents simply to defray the costs of housing and meals.

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