California: Number of College Grads Working As Waiters Doubles
In California, it’s long been the joke that prospective actresses come to the state to become waitresses. Now, thanks to the Democrat-created economy, so do college graduates. The newest census shows that between 2006 and 2011, the number of college graduates working as waiters doubled. Approximately 260,000 California college graduates below the age of 30 worked in low-level menial jobs in 2011, an increase of 60,000 over 2006. The six most common menial jobs, according to the Sacramento Bee:
- Retail salespeople;
- Retail sales supervisors;
- Customer sales reps;
- Waiters and waitresses;
Welcome to the Golden State, where all your dreams of working at McDonald’s can come true.