Now you’re just trolling.
Every time a woman graduates she goes into unskilled employment or does not work at all? And what is that based on? Anecdotal evidence? Just look at the employment figures for any degree and you will see that that is not the case. However, graduate unemployment is pretty bad ATM, and if someone needs to work at a supermarket while they look for a job or work towards a postgrad, why is that so shameful?
I could give plenty of anecdotal evidence of women I know that would prove that statement wrong. How about
: A woman who is in her F2 year after graduating from Med school and a woman working for the MOD after doing a psychology BSc and masters. Two women who show that that is not “exactly what happens every time”. Do you need more? Okay, how about
: a woman currently doing a PhD in theoretical physics, a woman working in an investment bank after doing a Maths degree, a woman training as a teacher after doing an English Lit degree, two women who did History degrees working for a publishing company and doing a law conversion course, respectively.
Given that, I know that some women certainly do have kids or go into unskilled work after graduation, because I don't generalise about an entire cohort of people based on my own observations