Do any college aged Bernie Sanders supporters realize that his plans are going to make it harder for them to find a job?

The Star Tribune reports.

At alma mater, Sanders calls on students to join his fight for minimum wage, women’s rights

Bernie Sanders called on thousands of college students to join him in fighting for a $15 minimum wage, women’s rights and slowing climate change during a stop at his alma mater Monday that had echoes of Barack Obama’s successful White House bids.

The Democratic presidential candidate and independent senator from Vermont urged about 2,000 cheering students at the University of Chicago to register to vote and stand up to the “millionaires” he says are trying to control U.S. politics. Sanders graduated in 1964 from the university, where as a self-described mediocre student he led protests against racially segregated housing and said he got his first taste of “democratic socialism.”

“We need the idealism and the energy and the intelligence of millions of young people to join us in the fight to make America the kind of country we know it must become,” Sanders said. “There is nothing that I am telling you today that is pie-in-the-sky, that is utopian. Nothing.”

While Hillary Rodham Clinton is seen as the front-runner for the Democratic nomination, Sanders has been strong in recent polls, particularly in early-voting states such as Iowa and New Hampshire. His roughly 45-minute speech touched on several issues specific to young people, including the high unemployment rate of recent high school graduates.