News reports spread Thursday that a McDonald's in Massachusetts was requiring applicants for a cashier's position to have a bachelor's degree. The reports seemed to reinforce a theme of some pundits of late that the value of college degrees has been oversold. But as the Associated Press reported, only a third-party job search site listed the position in that way. The real McDonald's that was seeking applicants was not specifying that requirement.
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