Universities should prepare students better to work
Newest reports are not certain if students are prepared to work. Job market isn't getting any easier for them and too many students are graduating from college unprepared. Reason for this situation is that universtities aren't giving students the right guidance.
Colleges should have better qualified career-center staff to guide their students and help them with future choices. However those people should have some experience when it comes to giving advice. Having unexperienced people in career-center is a huge problem for students who end up getting advice from not quilified people who have never done any actual hiring themselves and don't have a first-hand understanding of what employers are looking for.On the other hand in colleges students can have work placement druing their studies and universitiy can provide them or support students during them.
What colleges really need is talking about careers before graduation in order to get ready for job and be sure what they're going to do. Many people pick their major without nothing anything about it or not fully understand it and they don't have a clear view about their obligations in workplace. On the other hand students can learn those things during intership and expiernce it by themselfs and start to learn from simple things at the begining and then be fully independent and skilled. Practice is the best form of learning and gives many advantages for the future career.
Help students understand that a degree alone won't get them a job. Too many students graduate with the belief that their degree will lead straight to a job-setting the stage for a painful wake-up call when they realize that in most fields, a degree is simply a minimum qualification, not an instant pass to easy employment. Nowadays more and more people have a degree (in our country 48,5 % od population) , in order to get a job graduates should have other additional abilities for...
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