A post-graduate degree from an American university is a golden ticket for entry-level jobs.

However, it’s not easy to get a job in the field.

As the number of jobs available in the US is shrinking, many graduates are left to rely on part-time jobs to pay their bills.

Some have had to look for other ways to pay the bills, like living on social welfare, or to look after their parents.

In many cases, it doesn’t work out so well.

Here are five ways that people with post-grad degrees have had a rough time.

1.

Not enough work to cover expenses: For some students, it becomes a struggle to make ends meet while they’re in school.

In a recent report by the Pew Research Center, half of the students who went to post-secondary institutions did not make any money for three months, and most had to borrow money to cover their costs.

The report found that more than 40% of the total US workforce is employed part- or full-time.

Many students may not have the skills they need to work full- or part-times.

2.

Not a good match for your job market: Even if you do have the job lined up, you may not be able to find the kind of work that is in demand in your field.

A recent report from the National Employment Law Project found that the US workforce has been stagnant for decades, and many jobs are in the process of being lost to automation and outsourcing.

3.

Job insecurity and job insecurity are on the rise: Some students say they’re struggling to find a job at a company that offers full- and part-timing.

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) has also seen a spike in job insecurity among graduates in the past few years.

4.

There’s a stigma surrounding post-college work: Many students and employers still don’t think post-grads should be working part- time or part time only, and some say post-school work is too risky and not worth the effort.

The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) says that one in three college graduates are working part time or not at all.

5.

Many employers are reluctant to hire students: Many employers aren’t looking for people who have a post-high school degree or who have gone to postsecondary institutions.

And the US has seen a large increase in college dropouts and joblessness over the past decade.