Graduate full-time job prospects decline – StudyABC News.
The research by the National Institute of Labour Studies at Flinders University shows that between 2008 and 2014, the proportion of new university graduates in full-time employment dropped from 56.4% to 41.7%.
Adjunct Professor Tom Karmel said students yet to complete their studies would struggle to find work as the number of available jobs shrunk against a glut of university graduates. "That's not to say they won't get a job, but people do have to start thinking about the return that they get on their degrees," he said.
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