Nowadays there is so much talk about the recession and inflation. Prices are going higher and jobs are becoming scarce. So it makes me wonder what will the next generation do? Is there much point in even studying? Personally I don’t think it matters how educated you are, if you go to university studying a PHD or whatever because someone can come along with limited education but they can have knowledge of the internet and make much more than someone who has been slaving away for years!
When graduates are now to go and apply for jobs, they will be in competition with other people who have been looking for a job for a while. They will probably not have as many qualifications as the new graduate but they will have more experience. This shows employers that they can do they job, so why take on someone inexperienced?
Employers can afford to give lower salaries to people who are more experienced because these people have no choice. They have probably looking for suitable work for a while and having to settle for a lower pay or no job. Unfortunately you still have to pay your bills therefore reluctantly people may settle for a lower wage.
This brings me on to my point of university studying. So when a graduate has spent so many years of their life studying and got into student debt, then they’ll be turning to the government for support.
I was reading a paper the other day which had a 2 page section explaining why university studying is just not worth what it once was. It explained how there was recently a new superstore open in a not so central Scottish town and it brought in 112 jobs but over 600 people had applied for it! So that means that in that specific area 488 people are still unemployed.
I believe that everything is now computerised and if you don’t have these skills you will not be given much credit. University studying can only do so much, the internet is changing everyday that even businesses don’t know how to keep up.
Also in Scotland more young people are urged to go to university, the exam boards have apparently even lowered their pass cut off marks and giving students ucas points so they can go to university studying for their degree. Personally I think this will make students more stressed because university studying isn’t cut out for everyone and the reason they had the points system was so that only the dedicated and ‘bright’ students will end up going to university. If students find the work too hard or they just can’t be bothered educating themselves, the drop out rates will be much higher costing the government more money for funding the courses in the first place.Tags:"mehak naheem" "university of it" "university studying" "university study" "university studies" "university study abroad" "university study skills" "how to study" "university of london" "university of, "university studying, scotland studying, university studying scotland
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