The study said the employment rate of college graduates in Australia fell about 6 20%– Internationa-stellarium

Study of Australian high school graduates employment rate of 6 year decline of about 20%– International – Sydney in September 30, the Australia Broadcasting Corporation reported, according to a new study, Australian high school graduates employment prospects, the number of full-time jobs graduates in decline. Flinders University National Institute of human resources research shows that from 2008 to 2014, the proportion of college graduates in Australia to find full-time jobs decreased from 89% to 67%. Tom, associate professor of the university? Carmel said that currently on the market for a number of college graduates has been greatly reduced, although this does not mean that they can’t find a job, but the nature of the work may be found inconsistent with the degree. In 2008, 97.5% of medical graduates successfully employed, in 2014 the proportion fell to 95%. Employment prospects for graduates of language and literature is not optimistic, the proportion of graduates to find full-time jobs fell from 22% in 2008 to $12% in 2014. College graduates employment rate is reduced by about 20% at the same time, college freshmen rose from less than 20 thousand to more than 2.7 people. Kamel believes that Australian universities are very active in the expansion of enrollment, is clearly in business motivation. Australia University Alliance CEO Belinda? Robinson said that in the past thirty or forty years, the Australian market does provide employment opportunities for a large number of graduates, and the unemployment rate for college graduates is far lower than that of other groups. (Intern Zhong Luyi) (commissioning editor: Qin Boya, Chang Hong)相关的主题文章: