Graduates slow on job uptake

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http://education.guardian.co.uk/stud...265230,00.html

54% still considering further study? :eek:
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17/18 years of academia = lazy *******s.
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(Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
17/18 years of academia = lazy *******s.
Oi! I'll be spending that much time in education! :mad:
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Oi! I'll be spending that much time in education! :mad:
Me too probably although not 18 years solid.
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Oi! I'll be spending that much time in education! :mad:
You'll be spending more

I don't mean all of them, but I'm sure a lot are going into Post-Grad simply to avoid work, rather than proper reasons like yours
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(Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
I don't mean all of them, but I'm sure a lot are going into Post-Grad simply to avoid work, rather than proper reasons like yours
True. Some people are taking masters degrees for totally the wrong reasons.
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I can understand people taking post-grad degrees in the sciences and technologies where indepth knowledge is useful but it could be getting to the point where people are trying to get ever higher qualifications when they're not needed. I know someone is doing a masters in human rights - that doesn't particulary make sense to me.
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