An analysis by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City shows the trend of overqualified graduates taking positions as waiters, waitresses and receptionists is finally starting to reverse course. Over the past year, high-skill jobs accounted for more than 80 percent of net job growth.
An analysis by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City shows the trend of overqualified graduates taking positions as waiters, waitresses and receptionists is finally starting to reverse course. Over the past year, high-skill jobs accounted for more than 80 percent of net job growth. Brad Doherty AP Images for Pearson
An analysis by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City shows the trend of overqualified graduates taking positions as waiters, waitresses and receptionists is finally starting to reverse course. Over the past year, high-skill jobs accounted for more than 80 percent of net job growth. Brad Doherty AP Images for Pearson

The era of college grads working at restaurants and cafes is coming to an end

May 19, 2015 02:00 AM