Comment 52764

By Alessandra (registered) | Posted December 07, 2010 at 12:52:33

As a 23rd year old post-grad student, I have shocked by the increase in unemployment among individuals my age and older. It is a sad and scary truth but the major shift in the economy and the reduced number of retirees has caused many young students coming out of college or university to have difficulty finding work. Although we are told that college and universities degree will become a great advantage to us, successfully acquiring a degree has not helped us to find jobs or careers. As a result of not being able to find long-term jobs, many students are forced to go back to school and add to their qualifications, but still there is no guarantee of finding a job once they are done. Spending more time and money on schooling has caused young people to get more into dept which can cause frustration, anger and even resentment. Parents are remaining longer in their careers while their kids are living longer in their homes.

Is there any hope for our generations future in the job market?

http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Canada/2010/...

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