Class of 2010 told to consider flipping burgers or shelf stacking to build skills as they also compete with last year's graduates.
[I had a written a fairly long post from google bar but that's completely vanished -grrr. So I'm having to write this from memory.]
But isn't it the point that most people go into higher education to get a degree precisely so they don't have to get a job flipping burgers and stacking supermarket shelves? Not to mention that if they do take these sorts of jobs then what's left for the people who don't have degrees going to do? Moreover how the hell are they supposed to start paying back their student loans?
For quite some time we've seen degrees increasingly devalued as there are more and more people with them -and recent graduates have been forced into taking jobs like call centre work - and now they've being told to set their expectations even lower?
This seriously fucked up stuff.