Lots of research indicates graduating from college in an economic downturn hurts a worker’s career and earnings—and the financial effects, at least, persist for 10 years or more. Yet a new study from Emory University indicates those who earn a degree during challenging economic times are ultimately happier with their jobs.
Georgia’s economy will continue to recover from the Great Recession and will see modest growth next year. That’s according to a forecast released Wednesday from the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business. But low government spending and fewer new businesses will still depress the economy.