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  1. In my opinion, the ministry of education has played it’s part. More people are getting the basic education and higher education. So I wouldn’t think that having universities get their graduants employed is in their hands. However, having so many unemployed people in the country simply shows that theRead more

    In my opinion, the ministry of education has played it’s part. More people are getting the basic education and higher education. So I wouldn’t think that having universities get their graduants employed is in their hands.
    However, having so many unemployed people in the country simply shows that the economy is not growing as fast as the population. Thousands of people graduate every year all waiting to replace people in their jobs. This is what I mean, to get a degree takes at least 4 years, to get a retirement takes at least 25 years. You get the point?
    It is more practical if universities reduce their intakes, maybe if there are fewer graduates, the quality of education will increase.

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