Breaking news: American college graduates are discovering they have to work during the summer now that they’ve received their degrees and have entered the workforce. The New York Times is the first to report in-depth about this disturbing new trend.
“You always knew that after summer, you go back to classes. And after classes, you have a summer,” said Katie Dinterman, 23, who graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill last December and who now works at a public relations firm in Midtown Manhattan. “It’s very crazy to think that you don’t have an end point,” she said. “It definitely stresses me out.”