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Graduates from UK schools taking low paying jobs

An alarming trend is developing in the UK as graduates from UK schools are being forced to take low paying jobs typically held by those without an education. That then forces those people into unemployment, which means even greater countrywide poverty. The jobs they’re taking are usually an hourly pay style of work and don’t make use of the education the students have received in their United Kingdom schools. The education system isn’t failing though; it’s the economy that’s leaving these students high and dry. There simply aren’t enough jobs to accommodate the number of available employees. The percentage of graduates without a job six months after completion has risen to 9 percent from 5, an alarming number. If the economy bounces back it’s likely that everything will resolve itself but in that time these young folks are going to struggle and their lives are going to feel exceptionally difficult.
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