By Mike Murphy and James G. Besser/ Newsweek The idea of a postgraduate degree, even for someone as smart as Donald Trump, sounds crazy.

But Trump, a self-proclaimed “business genius,” has been talking about it for years.

In an interview with the Washington Post last year, Trump said he’d been planning to start college by age 27.

He even suggested that he’d done a post-graduate degree.

And just this week, he said that he’s already working on it.

But just how far can you go in a postgrad job market?

Here’s a look at some of the most common ways that people who have just graduated from college can be in a job market right now.

1.

Your job was “just” a “franchise.”

For the first time in many years, most jobs are no longer just a “business” — they’re also now franchised.

The average U.S. worker will now make $24,000 a year and will earn about $3,700 more per year if they work part time.

But the jobs that are now franchized have become increasingly low-paying and insecure, especially in the fast-food industry.

And those are the kinds of jobs that people with degrees can’t do.

Some jobs that once required years of apprenticeship are now becoming a “service industry,” like delivery and landscaping.

And even if you’re able to land a job with some degree, it’s not likely to be one that pays you more than a casual worker with a college degree.

In some cases, it might take years to make up the difference.

2.

You don’t have to work.

Many of the jobs you might have had at a higher level of education — the ones that were formerly known as “super” or “professions” — are now in high demand.

The majority of job openings are now for lower-wage, low-skill positions, especially retail and fast-casual restaurants.

There are also plenty of opportunities for people who aren’t even college graduates to make money by working for corporations.

The same goes for people with no degrees or who’ve graduated from high school.

3.

You can get a college diploma.

But a lot of people aren’t going to be able to do that.

There’s a whole set of reasons why.

The first and most obvious is that the job market is changing.

People who have degrees are less likely to want to work for corporations because they’ve seen that they don’t get paid well enough.

The second reason is that people are becoming less likely in their lifetimes to work part-time, even if they do have a degree.

The last reason is the trend toward a “knowledge economy,” which is an idea that economists call a knowledge-based economy.

As more people are educated and more jobs are created, people will have more jobs, and people will be able earn more.

But even as they are able to work more hours and work less, the economy will be more dependent on part-timers, who are less able to keep up with the rising demand for workers with degrees.

4.

You have to be smart to land your dream job.

Many people with bachelor’s degrees and master’s degrees are not only willing to work, they’re willing to pay more.

People with only a high school diploma are more likely to earn more than people with only an associate’s degree, a job that requires some degree in computer science, engineering, or business.

That means they can afford to be a little more ambitious, and if they get a good job, they can pay the bills and get a nice house.

But there are plenty of jobs for people without degrees that require just a bachelor’s degree.

A study by the National Bureau of Economic Research found that the median annual salary for a white, non-Hispanic man with a bachelor and master degree was $53,200 in 2013.

But that figure was just $20,000 less than the median earnings for black men with a master’s degree and $20 of that was for women.

5.

Your employer is still looking for work.

Employers are still looking to fill jobs that might otherwise be unfilled.

According to the U.K. unemployment rate in June, nearly 7 in 10 jobs that would otherwise be filled by people with a Bachelor’s degree or higher are being filled by those with only some college education.

And a recent study by The Washington Post found that while companies are still trying to fill all the jobs they don to people who lack a college education, they are also recruiting more students who do have the degree.

That suggests that many companies are willing to overlook some jobs that require some degree because of the demand for those jobs.

6.

You need a bachelor of arts or higher to get a job.

The job market for people that have a college or other education is still very competitive, especially among women and minorities. But