Daily Megathread - 12/08/2021

It’s perhaps more they believe there isn’t a benefit for so many.

I did one think more should go to Uni not just for the education but the experience, mind opening it does.. etc.

I think there is a disarray in how beneficial job wise it is though. I feel I was brought up to believe go to Uni and you will get a much better job/salary, that isn’t really the case for many.

You can walk into almost any call center/retailer/service place these days and probably most of the staff are graduates. I think it’s that side of it. That’s no disrespect to people working those roles, but I don’t think many people go to University, graduate and expect to get stuck in a call center

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