EDUPLOYMENT: "Worldwide, young people are three times more likely than their parents to be out of work." It's a disheartening statistic offered by McKinsey & Company in its report on the broken links between education and employment in this day and age. "Education to Employment: Designing a system that works" looks at over 100 education-to-employment initiatives from 25 countries and surveys over 4,000 youths from nine countries, including the U.S. The report finds a serious disconnect between the attitudes of youths, employers, and education providers: "Fewer than half of youth and employers...believe that new graduates are adequately prepared for entry-level positions. Education providers, however, are much more optimistic: 72 percent of them believe new graduates are ready to work." The lengthy report elaborates on ways where the education-to-employment pathway falls short, and calls for bringing the workplace into the classroom and vice versa.