Ignore the personality lacking comments above (excluding the constructive ones that is).
I am a con at a major player, plenty of PhDs started our associate programs. Whilst gettin your prizes and handful of degrees might get you an interview, I would try and mention it as little as possible once in the door at interview.
The interviewer will not care that you have more degrees than me, (one BSc) but will want to know your experience and social skills that blahblahblah did so well to explain to you.
Freshminds will probably get you some short term experience to prove your vocationally applied skills an from there you will more attractive to employers IMHO.
the age thing I wouldn't worry about per se, its the lack of experience. When I started this game at 23 I had three blue chip roles (albeit contract based) each of six months behind me and that, not necessarily my 2.1 (which is pretty standard) got me my role.