This little number is about what we who are honest have come to expect out of employment stats. The government no longer tells the truth, if it ever did. So, what percentage of law school applicants fail to make it over the Bar Exam? When 30% - 50% or more fail the Bar Exam, how can they get meaningful jobs as lawyers right after graduating from Law School?
The Bar Exam has to count for something doesn't it?
If one looks at the actual numbers one wonders how people working part time or not at all are paying off law school and college loans and isn't it a wonderment that those least in a position to be able to afford Obamacare are the unemployed and underemployed part time workers on the list above who have to shell out even more money in order to comply with the law.