The six paths of the typical US college graduate—and why they’re all wrong

Andrew Yang, via Kate Zellmer:

There are currently six prominent paths for achievement-minded recent college graduates: financial services, management consulting, law school (still), med school, and grad school/academia. The sixth is Teach for America, which continues to draw approximately 5,000 graduates (and 50,000 applicants) a year from universities across the country.