(Washington Freebeacon) There are 6,455,300 more students with bachelor's degrees today than jobs available for them, including jobs that would be created in the next seven years, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and the National Center for Education Statistics.
According to the education statistics, there were 35,632,000 Americans holding bachelor's degrees from the age 25 to 64 in 2014. That number grows to 45,176,000 if you include those who are 20-24 and 65 years and older.
The BLS, which produces employment projections, calculates how many jobs will be added in the next 10 years with a breakdown by education level.
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