It's scary to think that your college might not be preparing you for the post-grad world, but that might be the case.

According to a University of Phoenix study, two-thirds of college graduates believe that what they learned in college does not apply to their current jobs, which means that all the money they spent on tuition and training might as well have gone down the drain.

That's a harsh slap in the face to colleges, but only 25 percent of the graduates said that college is an appropriate training program for employment in the workforce, and only 10 percent said that colleges were very effective at providing the proper training for their graduates to enter the workforce.

"The survey suggests the need for higher education to adapt to the needs of the market and prepare students for specific jobs and careers," said chairman for University of Phoenix School of Business.

Perhaps he's right.

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