According to The Center of Labor Market Studies at Northeastern University, 40 percent of college grads get jobs that do not require a college degree. From McDonalds to Starbucks to Blockbuster to Best Buy. All that time and money wasted.
Trade school grads immediately find work upon graduation because the school finds work for the student in relation to the student's field. So if a student wanted to become an auto or marine mechanic, the school would connect the student to a company that deals with mechanics. Which, I think is pretty neat.