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Not Enough Jobs for Science Graduates
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It will be hard for these students to get a job after they graduate if the demand for them has fluctuated.
What do you think the best thing to do to address this concern?
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Article is about not enough jobs for students studying STEM (science) and then interviews out of work Arts students to prove its point? Surely they could have found some out of work STEM students...
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Article is about not enough jobs for students studying STEM (science) and then interviews out of work Arts students to prove its point? Surely they could have found some out of work STEM students...
It's SMH. What do you expect from their journalists? Common sense?
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It's SMH. What do you expect from their journalists? Common sense?
It’s lazy journalism. If they really want to draw attention to the issue then they would take the time to source and interview STEM students
Government pushes for more STEM graduates. Also government: *cuts funding to CSIRO to reduce STEM opportunities*
Higher education hides the dismal employment opportunities out there. It wasn't that many years ago leaving school at year 12 was suffice to gain a good job, now education inflation has many spending years more at University. It's almost being used as a day care centre, to hide unemployment figures.
grinning face with smiling eyes The day care analogy is cool!
but jobs are also less because not enough univs to hire more researchers may be...?
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Higher education hides the dismal employment opportunities out there. It wasn't that many years ago leaving school at year 12 was suffice to gain a good job, now education inflation has many spending years more at University. It's almost being used as a day care centre, to hide unemployment figures.
Reminds you of Howard putting the population on pensions to take the weight off unemployment figures.
Article is about not enough jobs for students studying STEM (science) and then interviews out of work Arts students to prove its point? Surely they could have found some out of work STEM students...
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