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And it's time now to -- on this and here's what we like you were a college degree is -- to open doors right.
While a new study finds that nearly half of Americans with college degrees.
Are overqualified for their jobs that's based on numbers from the Labor Department.
Of all Jack -- 15% of cab drivers and 25% of retail sales clerks.
Had bachelor's degrees for jobs that don't require that researchers say that's because the number of college grads entering the workforce.
Was almost twice as high as the number of jobs requiring degrees and this brings us to our -- on this question of the day.
We want to know in the job market is being over qualified the new normal.
Send us your comments you can tweet them to us at fox friends first or email us at fox friends first of foxnews.com.
And we'll read some of those later in the show.
-- it is our -- on this question of the day -- study claims that more Americans with college degrees are over qualified for their job so here's what you had to say Glenn from South Dakota says it is the new norm my wife has a masters of management degree.
And her last job was an entry level work.
And -- from Texas says I don't think just because you have a degree.
-- necessarily overqualified for a lesser job I've seen a lot of college graduates these days.
That aren't really prepared for the real world and Sherry says with a loss of skilled jobs I'd say very much so and at less money I made two thirds more in 2000.
Thanks to everyone who responded.
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