Graduates’ jobs do not fit capabilities

One in three graduates will struggle to get a job that justifies the effort
of doing a degree, claims research released last week.

The report by the National Institute of Economic and Social Research claims
many graduates will have to take jobs that see them initially under-employed
and over-qualified. It analysed the retailing, computer services, transport and
communication industries.

Author Geoff Mason said, "There are many jobs in service industries
which may be better suited to people with a background of on-the-job

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