As more and more young people graduate in an economy of high youth unemployment, how valuable are degrees in today’s job market?
As thousands of undergraduates eagerly await their final year marks this month, the race for a job is just starting. But with fewer graduate opportunities and changing demands for skills from employers, how valuable is a degree in the current economic climate? Helen Rudd investigates
Young entrepreneur, Martyn Doherty, 22, set up his first photography company after leaving college at the age of 18. With a booming new business, Martyn believes that you don’t have to go to university to be successful.
Jack Demaine, author of Education Policy and Contemporary Politics, argues that while the role of education is to match the gap between people’s qualifications and available employment, the reality for graduates is much more complex.
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