According to the Associated Press, data from the National Association of Colleges and Employers shows that employers expect to hire 5.2 percent more college graduates. Of course, it’s down from last year’s healthy 10 percent increase, but it’s still a noteworthy improvement. More and more employers are seeking out potential candidates at college job fairs and posting about their company vacancies on university job boards, which is good news for the class of 2016. Unfortunately, while the positions may be available, it’s likely that they’re attached to less-than-desirable salaries. According to the NACE salaries are up for in-demand jobs like computer engineers; however, they’re down for those in communications and the social sciences…
And Water Is Wet: Airports And Travelers Call Out TSA For Increasing Delays
Finally, airports at major cities are calling out the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for their insanely long lines… CBS News reports airports in New York and New Jersey are a part of the “growing complaints” that say “TSA staffing isn’t keeping up with increased passenger traffic.” The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey revealed in a letter to TSA that “the patience of the flying public has reached a breaking point…we can no longer tolerate the continuing inadequacy of TSA passenger screening services…” Despite these complaints, TSA claims it’s requesting that Congress approve overtime for its current employees and hire more officers to help with the demand.
Watch Charlamagne Politics With Stephen Colbert
Charlamagne Tha God aka The Architect of Aggravation was a guest on The Late Show last night (May 10). The host of The Breakfast Club and MTV2’s Uncommon Sense sat for an informative interview with Stephen Colbert. It turns out that Colbert’s brother tough at Charlamagne’s middle school, and that’s just the tip of the jewels they shared. Peep why Tha God asked Hillary Clinton if she was pandering to Black people and asked Diddy if he had Tupac killed below, and check how he exposed a Colbert’s “name change”…