[Chart] The Relationship Between Tuition and Salaries of Those with Bachelor Degrees Since 2000 – Sad « Market Montage

We've already discussed how studies show that about half of recent college grads now work in jobs that do not require a college degree.  And of course we've been talking for years about the college tuition bubble, which is only accelerating as the federal government has stepped in to take over the market.  But this chart from Jeff Gundlach (got it from twitter) is one of those "a picture is worth a thousand words" moments.  You can see a hockey stick growth level of tuition fees, offset versus salaries for the 25-34 age group of those with bachelors.  Sad.

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