Graduates doing menial jobs

Higher education statistics in UK recently reported that more than 50,000 graduates are now doing menial jobs, like waitresses, supermarket shelves fillers and other jobs that do not actually require that much education.

This is a worrying situation, not only for graduates and their families, but to everyone of us here in UK. These graduates in menial jobs took the jobs to avoid unemployment and try to do their little part for their families after huge student loans to repay. It is unfortunate that higher education and employment market do not seem to match. Even in high skill courses like computer studies, the rate of unemployment is still high.

More than a third of 18 – 35 year old who went to university say they regret it due to debt. Just under half believe they would have got their current job without a degree, says a study by AVIVA.

‘Debts for life’ – Undergraduates from poor families will be set up with a lifetime of debt after the replacement of grants with loans took effect on Ist August 2016, critics warned.

Some undergraduates who previously qualified for £3,500 will be put off going to university now that they have to repay the money, said the National Union of Students. ‘It’s a disgraceful change that punishes students simply for being poor’ said NUS vice president Soriana Vieru.

Why not work for yourself?

Are you an unemployed graduate out there, why not work for yourself? This website is all about finding a job that suits you, and pursuing it vigorously until you succeed. The important thing is that you have to be interested in working for yourself, you have to have a passion to succeed, and you have to do things consistently enough to get results.

That is the reason we at www.ditchninetosurvive.com suggest you enrol at Wealthy Affiliate University, to learn how to create your own successful online business. With over 10,000 members interacting and teaching each other, you will have all the support you need to run a successful online business. All you need is THAT DETERMINATION.

The good thing about most online business is that it requires minimal capital, no office to rent, no stock to keep, at least initially, and basically stress free. All you need is an internet connection, and a computer, as long as you are connected, your business is online, and it is all over the world. Online business has no perimeter – the world is your market place with advance technology, you can sell to virtually anyone in the whole wide world.

Unemployment is all over the world

Believe it or not, graduates unemployment is now rampant, with the developed countries leading the way. Statistics show us that the wise are taking the way out, by setting up their online business, moving to other less developed countries to find work – mostly teaching jobs, or looking at taking in menial jobs to other to eat.

That is why we want you to look again at many online opportunities in this website, and start writing your own success story. The hardest part is getting started, and not giving up.  We do not promise you an easy ride, most online business take time to succeed, and requires hard work and consistency, otherwise you will easily give up. We do not want that to happen to you.

 

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4 thoughts on “Graduates doing menial jobs”

  1. This is disheartening to read of such huge rate of graduate unemployment. It is therefore realistic for individual to start thinking of being self employed. I like most of your posts, you are very realistic about current issues, and that is one way of solving problems.

    1. Thank you Sandra, yes you are right it is unfortunate to come out of University with debt, and not being able to find work. A top Minister in UK Parliament has indicated that business education should be implemented in all curriculum to prepare self employment. Also I believe the mindset of most graduates have to shift from being an employee to self employed. Thank you for visiting our website.

  2. The one thing I hate most is wasting time and energy. It is so disheartening to know so many students have given so much of their time and energy, without a just reward.
    The online opportunity you are sharing seems to offer a glimmer of hope. The same diligence they used for school can be applied to create their own business and a lifestyle they desire.
    I am not a student, but I am checking it out. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Many thanks Andrea. You are right, studies in colleges should include business studies to allow these sort of skill development in early age. It is a pity that most colleges curriculum do not include such, however technology is going at a rate that they will be forced to start doing something. Thanks for visiting our website, and we are happy that you find it educating.
      The Team.

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