“A large chasm has opened between the fates of young liberal-arts majors and their peers in STEM (science, tech, engineering, and math) fields. The former are struggling to find work that pays, at least before their late twenties. The latter are mostly finding lucrative work after they graduate.” (This actually gives me some good fodder for conversation next time my parents come down to the basement for a talk.) The Atlantic’s Derek Thompson on the millennial unemployment crisis that’s really a liberal arts unemployment crisis: Fear of a College-Educated Barista. Right about now, I could use a Venti coffee with room for irony.