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UK: You'll Work Free or Not at All!

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You’ll work for free or not at all, graduates warned

Graduates will be forced to work for free for the first time in a generation as firms axe jobs, employers warned today.

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[quotee="Victoria Jackson"]As a recent graduate with a good private education, fluency in French and Italian and a 2:1 degree in Italian and history of art from the University of Edinburgh, I was set the challenge of finding a job comparable to my education and work experience.I was looking for a high-end job but menial positions in shops and restaurants were easiest to find.[/quote]

I'm curious what job she was expecting with a degree in Italian and history of art.
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Jerz wrote:
Victoria Jackson wrote:
As a recent graduate with a good private education, fluency in French and Italian and a 2:1 degree in Italian and history of art from the University of Edinburgh, I was set the challenge of finding a job comparable to my education and work experience.I was looking for a high-end job but menial positions in shops and restaurants were easiest to find.


I'm curious what job she was expecting with a degree in Italian and history of art.


something in a museum? tour guide? :lol:

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Re: UK: You'll Work Free or Not at All!   [#permalink] 14 Feb 2009, 08:09
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