graduates a successful career certainly does not shine.This conclusion comes experts of the research group Centre for Cities, according to British newspaper The Daily Telegraph.Vypusknikam institutions of higher learning successful career certainly does not shine.This conclusion comes experts of the research group Centre for Cities, according to British newspaper The Daily Telegraph.
According to the study, by 2014 the number of new jobs for graduates will be reduced by 290 thousand in the UK public sector."Over the next decade the UK public sector can not provide the necessary level of jobs for former students This could mean that private companies will have more opportunities to compensate for the resulting failure.", - Said the head of Centre for Cities, Dermot Finch.
"forecast shows that the leaders of the largest banks are celebrating the return of bonuses, while the employment prospects of millions of young people and college graduates remain bleak," - said The Daily Telegraph, General Secretary
situation, similar to the British, is observed in Russia.However, there is guarantee enough jobs graduates are not ready to not only government agencies but also private companies.Restoring frames reduced in times of crisis, employers first of all pay attention to applicants with significant experience and a prestigious track record.This is due to the reluctance to take risks, relying on complex plots young and inexperienced, and the fact that after the crisis, there is a possibility for earlier or even less money to find a specialist higher qualifications.
According to a study by Rosstat, in August of this year, more than six million Russians were registered as unemployed.About a third of them - under the age of 25 years.Already, a high level of unemployment is observed among university graduates and secondary institutions.