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    Job opportunities look bleak for graduates, but hope remains

    As the spring semester begins, students are choosing their majors and aiming to graduate on time. All of the students, however, wish to have a good job waiting for them once they complete school. Queens College students are no different as it had a total enrollment of 20,100 students, according to the QC 2012-13 Fact Book. However, the current economic crisis has lead students to work jobs that pay little and require no college degree. People who hold those jobs, despite having a college degree, are deemed “underemployed.” A “good job” is defined, according to the Center for Economic Policy and Research, as a job providing at least $19 per…