College grads earn 8% to 11% less

Female college graduates earn 7.6 percent less than they did 10 years ago, while their male counterparts make 11 percent less, according to the Economic Policy Institute, which looked at entry-level wages.

What do you think? asks The Onion.

“It’s not like 2002, when a guy could graduate from a liberal arts college and just watch the money roll in,” says Jenn Serreo.

Unfunny fact:  High school-educated men in entry-level jobs have taken a 25 percent earnings hit from 1970 to 2011,  reports EPI.