I call shenanigans.
That's because you're educated and employers think you can find another job better suited to your education.
Of course we both know that's BS. My ex studied criminal justice and couldn't find anyone hiring for that so she started looking for other jobs...finally got a crappy job at Walmart. That was 2 years ago and nothing good has come up since then.
It's more because in a metropolitan area of about 300,000 workers there are currently around 74,000 on unemployment rolls.
I have friends who are managers at Blockbuster (husband and wife with a year old kid and their stores are closing this month) and before they got word that they were closing they were having THOUSANDS of applications for part-time positions.
I only feel that way if I'm arguing for something that I don't know anything about.
Like someone's going to poke holes in my argument because I don't know how to adequately support my view.