First, you need to read the article.
Second, where on earth do you think that a 'first class' education fits into this picture? If the education were truly 'first class', one might expect available jobs.
For my 'profession' the newspapers have even taken the section of the want ads away.
I will die in debt with no possible hope to ever repay, let alone get health insurance. It is depressing. My income went down by 20K upon graduating.
First, I did look through the infographics and while it was entertaining, it was not remarkably earth shattering. Second, if you waste 100k on a socialogy degree or something that you know will not land you a high paying, if any, job, that's your own choice. You are focusing on your own problems now that the economy has turned sour, and because you have chosen to pursue a financially valueless degree. The real issue here is that school prices are just too damn high. Banks are not going to loan money to students if there is no equity in the loan and the student is able to file bankruptcy out of school. There is good reason for keeping students from defaulting on student loans. However, there is no reason why the cost of a public (and private I suppose) education should be so high.