Jonathan Robinson reports for the University of Sheffield’s Forge Press on the rising number of graduates taking low skilled jobs:
The number of graduates being employed in jobs such as cleaners and bartenders has doubled in the last five years, according to new figures released by the Higher Education Statistics Agency.
Approximately 10,000 graduates who completed their degree in 2010/11 were working in low-skilled jobs including cleaners, waiters/waitresses and road sweepers – according to the data.
This means the number of young people taking jobs that do not necessarily require a degree was almost double the figure of 2006/7…
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