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Some people think a country benefits from a large proportion of young people university educated, others think sending young people to universities only leads to graduate umemployment. Discuss。
There is no doubt that helping students find a job is one of the major goals of university education, but as the cold hard truth strikes that graduates are struggling in job hunting nowadays, lots of us take it as a sign that the system is failing us and it has lost its point. I guess there are many different factors leading to that phenomena.
With the rise of countless the cutting edge technologies like smart phone, social media and online games, students have too many distractions as some of them indulge themselves in the sea of those toys. So they might not be even as half invested in their grade as they do in their pastime activities. As they only cramming in everytime before the final exams, they are not fully harnessing the practical skills and techniques even though they pass the exams. That’s one main downside in finding a job. On the other hand, social political and economical landscape in reality plays an important role as well. As the children of upper class graduate, they probably have more access to much more resources like funding to start up a business or connections to seek professional aids from than the average. What’s worse, the gap between two groups keeps turning out to be larger and as a result most of the resources are owned by the few. The more divided, the more severe this gets. That’s not an issue universities can fix.
In conclusion, university education still helps students but only a skill or very special technique can help you secure a decent job if your family is not well off.