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    With cuts cuts cuts everywhere we're all in for a hard time. This video sums up the future for a lot of us soon to be graduating, especially those of us (like me) with non vocational/arts degrees:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeJtEFv9t1Y
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    Choose a better course next time?!

    Wouldn't guarantee you a job, but would be in a much more employable position.
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    It's difficult, I'm more into the arts than sciences or business etc. The arts cuts are going to produce a nation of inept unhappy call centre workers.

    Anyone know the code for embedding btw?
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    What language is that video in btw? It sounds like english but I can't understand it.
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    (Original post by sparklyjane)
    With cuts cuts cuts everywhere we're all in for a hard time. This video sums up the future for a lot of us soon to be graduating, especially those of us (like me) with non vocational/arts degrees:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeJtEFv9t1Y

    People with vocational / arts degrees always had a hard time getting a job.
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    Yeah but with the cuts in the arts it's going to be even harder. We'll all end up like the guy in that video.
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    It would help if we could understand what he was saying? What language is that video in?
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    Don't be a ****. He's clearly speaking in English. It's a Northern Irish accent. It's not that hard to understand. Don't you watch Hollyoaks?
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    Is what The TK said sad or what I said sad?
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    (Original post by sparklyjane)
    Don't be a ****. He's clearly speaking in English. It's a Northern Irish accent. It's not that hard to understand. Don't you watch Hollyoaks?
    No its someone pretending they are a poet, if they just spoke at a standard speed and emphasis rather than being pretentiously artsy it'd come across far better.
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    Anyway unemployment is falling.
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    Meh if you have a decent arts degree. History ect go into the civil service or something
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    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-12266766

    Graduate prospects are improving but there are still too many graduates chasing too few jobs.
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    (Original post by Aj12)
    Meh if you have a decent arts degree. History ect go into the civil service or something
    With all those civil service jobs
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    (Original post by Quady)
    With all those civil service jobs
    Hey there is always MI5 they just started recruiting
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    (Original post by Quady)
    No its someone pretending they are a poet, if they just spoke at a standard speed and emphasis rather than being pretentiously artsy it'd come across far better.
    I think if you watch his other videos you'll see he is a poet. And unemployment might be falling over in GB but here in Northern Ireland it's on the rise.
 
 
 
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