GRADUATE UNEMPLOYMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA: A much exaggerated problem

11 Apr 2013, by Admin
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The popular view that possession of a university degree no longer guarantees success in the job market is simply not true. Over the past fifteen years, the number of degreed graduates in the labour force has more than doubled even as the graduate unemployment rate has fallen.

And, even after the financial crisis, graduate unemployment remains at around 5 per cent. These are key findings of a new CDE Insight, GRADUATE UNEMPLOYMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA: A much exaggerated problem.

 

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