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How The Downturn Affects Students


Students are traditionally low on funds, but how will the recession affect their immediate futures? A report out last week suggests badly, with a fall in graduate vacancies. David Bowden meets the next generation reconsidering their career options.



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There is a chill wind blowing through the campus of Keele university these days and it's nothing to do with the weather. Students fear the recession and the downturn in graduate recruitment, may mean their studies lead them nowhere, but a dole queue. Students' Union president Talah Omran Al Rubaie already has her degree, and will give up her union post this summer, but she's not looking forward to launching herself onto the jobs market.

"The fact that, you are graduating today, and tomorrow you might not be able to get a job, is a very very scary prospect, I think it also has an impact on the students that have just graduated from high school, or leaving at 16, and they're thinking “Is it worth coming to university, is it worth getting a degree.”

In the Union cafe, student life goes on as it always has. But these undergraduates know the bubble of academia will not protect them from the recession for long.

"Particularly over Christmas and Easter when you're only home for months, no one's got any jobs to give out for a few weeks."

"My dad works for HBOS which obviously you know, has just gone under,so that's a fact that means he is gonna be made redundant by probably Easter, and he was one of the main , for homes with money for helping with bills and used to pay my tuition fees.

As the recession deepens, some students find themselves with a dilemma: do they stay at university, continue their studies, and hope the graduate job market improves by the time they leave, or do they bailout now and take a job, any job, so they don't get left on the employment shelf.

Keele’s performance in the graduate jobs market has been good so far. The latest figures available show 95% of students leaving do get a job, but that was before the economy fell off a cliff , and the university is working hard to equip its students with the skills to compete in an ever gloomier employment field.

I think the important thing for us is actually to give them tools and ability to actually be able to respond to the environment, I think our students are well enough, aware of the external circumstances.

It's been a long time since a degree guaranteed a job when you left university. But never in the living memory of these students have their job prospects looked so bleak.

 

 

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The fact that, you are graduating today and tomorrow, you might not be able to get a job, is very very scary prosepect, I think you also has impact on students that just graduated from high school, or even a 16, and that thinking isn't worth coming to the university, isn't worth getting a degree.

 

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I think the important things for us is actually to give them tools and ability to touch response to the environment, I think our students are awaring of, aware the circumstances.

 

It's been a long time since the degree guarentee the job when you left the university. But never the living memories of these students have their job prospect.

 

/ SkyNews, in /

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There is a chill wind blow into the campus of the key universities these days and it's nothing to do with the weather. Students fear the recession and the downturn in graduate recruitment, maybe their studies lead them nowhere, but they don't cure. Students' Union president / already has her degree, almost gave up her union post this summer,but  she's not looking forward to launching herself onto the jobs market.

 

The fact that, you are graduating today and tomorrow, you might not be able to get a job, is very very scary prosepect, I think you also has impact on students that have just graduated from high school, or even at 16, and that thinking isn't worth coming to the university, isn't worth getting a degree.

 

In Union cafe, students life goes on as it always has. but the assume on these graduates has no the bible of academia will not protect them from the recession for long.

 

Take new requst names  when you are hanging for months, no one's got any jobs to get out for a few weeks.

 

My davao fate boss was a senior he has gone on that ,so as a fact,he tells me gonna be make we don't inspire properly standout, and he was wanna make for own money for helping with those  on issues that pay much Asian fees

 

As the recession deepen, some students find themselves with a dilemma that they stay at  university continue their studies, and hope the graduate job market improves by the time they leave, or you late right now and take a job, any job,so they don't get left on the employment shelf.

 

Skills performance in the graduate job market is being good so far, the latest figures available show 95% of students leaving do get a job, but that was before the economic fell off the  cliff , and the  university is working hard to equip their students with the skills to compete that every grooming employment field.

 

I think the important things for us is actually to give them tools and the ability  task to build  response to the environment, I think our students are awaring of, aware of the extend circumstances.

 

It's been a long time since the degree guarentee the job when you left the university. But never in the living memories of these students have their job prospects.

 

 Look soberly

 

/ SkyNews, in /

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There's the chill wind blow through the campus have killed university days and it's nothing to do with the weather. Students fear the recession and downturn in graduate recruitment may mean that their studies lead them where but they don't cure.

 

Student's union president Tela Auron Aruby already has her degree and will give up her union post this summer. But she is not looking for to launching herself onto the jobs market.

 

"The fact that graduating today and tomorrow you might not be able to get a job is a very very scary prospect. I think it will has an impact on students just graduated from high school or leaving at 16. And they are thinking is it worth coming to university, is it worth getting a degree.

 

In the union cafe, student's life goes on as it always has, but these undergraduates know the bubble of academy will not protect them from the recession for long.

 

As the recession deepens, some students find themselves with dilemma. To  stay in university, continue their studies and hope the graduate job market improves by the time they leave. Or do they like now take a job, any job, so they don't get left on the employment shelf.

 

Kill's performance in the graduate jobs market has been good so far. The latest figures avaliable showed 95% of students leaving do get a job. But that was before the economy fell off a clip. And the university is working to equip its students with the skills to compete in ever gloomier employment field.

 

"I think the important thing for us actually is to give them tool and ability to touch build to respond to the environment. I think our students are well enough have them extense circumstances."

 

It's been a long time since the degree guarantee the job when you left your university, but never in the living memory of these students of their job prospects look so blee\.

 

David Borns SKY News.

 

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There is a chill wind blow into the campus of the key universities these days and it's nothing to do with the weather. Students fear the recession and the downturn in graduate recruitment, maybe their studies lead them nowhere, but they don't cure. Students' Union president / already has her degree, almost gave up her union post this summer,but  she's not looking forward to launching herself onto the jobs market.

 

The fact that, you are graduating today and tomorrow, you might not be able to get a job, is very very scary prosepect, I think it also has an impact on students that have just graduated from high school, or even at 16, and they're thinking isn't worth coming to the university, isn't worth getting a degree.

 

In a Union cafe, student life goes on as it always has. but ease on the graduates know the bubble of academia will not protect them from the recession for long.

 

Take every requst isn't ease  when you are hanging for months, no one's got any jobs to get out for a few weeks.

 

My doude feitch boss was a senior he has gone on that ,so that's a fact, he tells me gonna be make we don't inspire properly standout, and he was wanna make for own money for helping with those  on issues that pay much Asian fees

 

As the recession deepen, some students find themselves with a dilemma that they stay at  university continue their studies, and hope the graduate job market improves to by the time they leave, or you do they bay right now and take a job, any job,so they don't get left on the employment shelf.

 

Skills performance in the graduate job market is being good so far, the latest figures available show 95% of students leaving do get a job, but that was before the economy fell off the  cliff , and the  university is working hard to equip the students with the skills to compete than ever gloomier employment field.

 

I think the important things for us is actually to give them tools and the ability  task to build  responde to the environment, I think our students are awaring enough , aware of the extend circumstances.

 

It's been a long time since the degree guarantee the job when you left the university. But never in the living memories of these students have their job prospects.

 

 Look soberly .

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There is a chill wind blowing into the campus of the key universities these days and it's nothing to do with the weather. Students fear the recession of a downturn in graduate recruitment, maybe their studies lead them nowhere, but they don't cure. Students' Union president / already has her degree, and will give up her union post this summer,but  she's not looking forward to launching herself onto the jobs market.

 

The fact that, you are graduating today and tomorrow, you might not be able to get a job, is very very scary prosepect, I think it also has an impact on students that have just graduated from high school, or even at 16, and they're thinking isn't worth coming to the university, isn't worth getting a degree.

 

In a Union cafe, student life goes on as it always has. but ease on the graduates know the bubble of academia will not protect them from the recession for long.

 

Take new requst means  when you are hanging for months, no one's got any jobs to get out for a few weeks.

 

My doctor would  feinge month which optimes ** he has gone on that ,so that's a fact, and he is gonna be made we don't inspire from least standout, and he was wanna make for *'* money for helping with those  on issues that pay my tuition fees

 

As the recession deepen, some students find themselves with a dilemma that they stay at  university continue their studies, and hope the graduate job market improves to by the time they leave, what / they bailout  now and take a job, any job,so they don't get left on the employment shelf.

 

Skills performance in the graduate jobs market is being good so far, the latest figures available show 95% of students leaving do get a job, but that was before the economy fell off the  cliff , and the  university is working hard to equip the students with the skills to compete than ever gloomier employment field.

 

I think the important things for us is actually to give them tools and the ability  task to build  responde to the environment, I think our students are awaring enough , aware of the extend circumstances.

 

It's been a long time since the degree guarantee the job when you left the university. But never in the living memories of these students have their job prospects in solely.

 

 

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There is a chill wind blow into the campus of the key universities these days and it's nothing to do with the weather.

 

Students fear the recession and the downturn in graduate recruitment, maybe their studies lead them nowhere, but they don't cure. Students' Union president Tila // already has her degree, almost gave up her union post this summer,but she's not looking forward to launching herself onto the jobs market.

 

The fact that, you are graduating today and tomorrow, you might not be able to get a job, is very very scary prosepect, I think it also has an impact on students that have just graduated from high school, or even at 16, and they're thinking is it worth coming to the university, is it worth getting a degree.

 

In a Union cafe, student life goes on as it always has. But ease on the graduates know the bubble of academia will not protect them from the recession for long.

 

Take every requst isn't eased when you are hanging for months, no one's got any jobs to get out for a few weeks.

 

My doude feitch boss was a senior he has gone on that ,so that's a fact, he tells me gonna be make we don't inspire properly standout, and he was wanna make for own money for helping with those on issues that pay much Asian fees.

 

As the recession deepen, some students find themselves with a dilemma that they stay at university continue their studies, and hope the graduate job market improves to by the time they leave, or

you (删)do they bay right now and take a job, any job,so they don't get left on the employment shelf.

 

Skills performance in the graduate job's market is being good so far, the latest figures available show 95% of students leaving do get a job, but that was before the economy fell off the cliff , and the university is working hard to equip the students with the skills to compete than ever gloomier employment field.

 

I think the important thing for us is actually to give them tools and the ability task to build respond to the environment, I think our students are awaring enough , aware of the extend circumstances.

 

It's been a long time since the degree guarantee the job when you left the university. But never in the living memory of these students have their job prospects. Look soberly .

 

David Boden  Sky News  in /

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 skywalk0111 于 2009-2-16 14:13 编辑 ]
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There is a chill wind blowing into the campus of the key universities these days and it's nothing to do with the weather. Students fear the recession of a downturn in graduate recruitment, may mean their studies lead them nowhere, but a dole queue. Students' Union president / already has her degree, and will give up her union post this summer,but  she's not looking forward to launching herself onto the jobs market.

 

The fact that, you are graduating today and tomorrow, you might not be able to get a job, is a very very scary prospect, I think it also has an impact on students that have just graduated from high school, or leaving at 16, and they're thinking isn't worth coming to the university, isn't worth getting a degree.

 

In a Union cafe, student life goes on as it always has. but ease on the graduates know the bubble of academia will not protect them from the recession for long.

 

Take new requst means  when you are hanging for months, no one's got any jobs to give out for a few weeks.

 

My dad would  feinge bus which optimes ** he has gone on that ,so that's a fact, and he is gonna be made we don't inspire from least standout, and he was wanna make for *'* money for helping with bills and used by paying my tuition fees

 

As the recession deepen, some students find themselves with a dilemma that they stay at  university continue their studies, and hope the graduate job market improves /to/ by the time they leave, or do they bailout  now and take a job, any job,so they don't get left on the employment shelf.

 

Skills performance in the graduate jobs market is being good so far, the latest figures available show 95% of students leaving do get a job, but that was before the economy fell off cliff , and the  university is working hard to equip the students with the skills to compete in an ever gloomier employment field.

 

I think the important thing for us is actually to give them tools and the ability  task to build to  respond to the environment, I think our students are well enough , aware of the extend circumstances.

 

It's been a long time since the degree guarantee the job when you left the university. But never in the living memories of these students have their job prospects look so bleak.

[ 本帖最后由 sophiaxd 于 2009-2-16 14:23 编辑 ]
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Particular over christmas and easter when you're only home for months, no one's got any jobs to give out for a few weeks.

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另外,学校应该是University of Keele,英国的基尔大学

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There is a chill wind blowing through the campus of Keele university these days and it's nothing to do with the weather. Students fear the recession and a downturn in graduate recruitment, may mean their studies lead them nowhere, but a dole queue. Students' Union president Tela Auron Aruby already has her degree, and will give up her union post this summer, but she's not looking forward to launching herself onto the jobs market.

 

The fact that, you are graduating today and tomorrow, you might not be able to get a job, is a very very scary prospect, I think it also has an impact on the students that have just graduated from high school, or leaving at 16, and they're thinking “Is it worth coming to university, is it worth getting a degree.”

 

In a Union cafe, student life goes on as it always has. But these undergraduates know the bubble of academia will not protect them from the recession for long.

 

Particular over Christmas and Easter when you're only home for months, no one's got any jobs to give out for a few weeks.

 

My dad works for bus which obviously he has gone on that ,so that's a fact, and he is gonna be made we don't inspire from probably standout, and he was one of the main owners for helping with bills and he’s using for paying my tuition fees

 

As the recession deepens, some students find themselves with a dilemma: do they stay at university, continue their studies, and hope the graduate job market improves by the time they leave, or do they bailout now and take a job, any job, so they don't get left on the employment shelf.

 

Keele’s performance in the graduate jobs market has been good so far. The latest figures available show 95% of students leaving do get a job, but that was before the economy fell off a cliff , and the university is working hard to equip its students with the skills to compete in an ever gloomier employment field.

 

I think the important thing for us is actually to give them tools and ability to actually respond to the environment, I think our students are well enough, aware of the external circumstances.

 

It's been a long time since the degree guaranteed a job when you left (去掉the) university. But never in the living memory of these students of their job prospects look so bleak.

 

David Bowden in Sky News

 

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There is a chill wind blow into the campus of the key universities these days and it’s nothing to do with the weather. Students fear the recession and the downturn in graduate recruitment maybe their studies lead them nowhere but they don’t cure. Students’ Union president T already has her degree, and will give up her Union post this summer. But she is not looking forward to launching herself onto the job market.

 

The fact that you are graduating today and tomorrow you might not be able to get a job, is very very scary prospect. I think it also has an impact on students that just graduate from high school or even at sixteen. And they’re thinking isn’t worth come to university, isn’t worth getting a degree.

 

In the Union café, student life goes on as it always has, but these undergraduates know the bubble of academia will not protect them from recession for long.

 

Particular over Christmas and Easter when you’re hanging months, no one’s got any jobs to get out for a few weeks.

 

My dad works for bus which obviously he has gone on that, so that’s a fact, and he is gonna be made we don’t inspire from probably standout,  and he was one of the main owners for helping with bills and he’s using for paying my tuition fees.

 

As the recession deepens, some students find themselves with a dilemma: do they stay at University continue their studies, and hope the graduate job market improves by the time they leave, until they bailout now and take a job, any job, so they don't get left on the employment shelf.

 

Keele’s performance since the graduate jobs market is being good so far. The latest figure is available shows ninety-five percent of students living do get a job. But that was before the economy fell off the cliff. And the university is working hard to equip students with skill to compete than ever gloomier employment field.

 

I think the important thing for us is actually give them tools and abilities to actually respond to the environment. I think our students are well enough aware of the external circumstances.

 

It’s been a long time since the degree guarantee the job when you left the university. But never in the living memories of these students of job prospects look soberly.

 

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There is a chill wind blowing through the campus of Keele university these days and it's nothing to do with the weather. Students fear the recession and a downturn in graduate recruitment, may mean their studies lead them nowhere, but a dole queue. Students' Union president Talah Omran Al Rubaie already has her degree, and will give up her union post this summer, but she's not looking forward to launching herself onto the jobs market.

 

The fact that, you are graduating today and tomorrow, you might not be able to get a job, is a very very scary prospect, I think it also has an impact on the students that have just graduated from high school, or leaving at 16, and they're thinking “Is it worth coming to university, is it worth getting a degree.”

 

In a Union cafe, student life goes on as it always has. But these undergraduates know the bubble of academia will not protect them from the recession for long.

 

Particularly over Christmas and Easter when you're only home for months, no one's got any jobs to give out for a few weeks.

 

My dad works for bus which obviously he has gone on that ,so that's a fact, and he is gonna be made we don't inspire from probably standout, and he was one of the main owners for helping with bills and he’s using for paying my tuition fees

 

As the recession deepens, some students find themselves with a dilemma: do they stay at university, continue their studies, and hope the graduate job market improves by the time they leave, or do they bailout now and take a job, any job, so they don't get left on the employment shelf.

 

Keele’s performance in the graduate jobs market has been good so far. The latest figures available show 95% of students leaving do get a job, but that was before the economy fell off a cliff , and the university is working hard to equip its students with the skills to compete in an ever gloomier employment field.

 

I think the important thing for us is actually to give them tools and ability to actually respond to the environment, I think our students are well enough, aware of the external circumstances.

 

It's been a long time since the degree guaranteed a job when you left university. But never in the living memory of these students of their job prospects look so bleak.

 

David Bowden, Sky News in Staffordshire. [ 本帖最后由 ryland 于 2009-2-16 18:24 编辑 ]
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There's a chill wind blowing through the campus of some key universities these days and it's nothing to do with the weather. Students fear the recession and downturn in graduate recruitment may mean that their studies lead them to nowhere but to a dull queue.

 Student's union president Tela Auron Aruby already has her degree and will give up her union post this summer. But she is not looking for to launching herself onto the jobs market.

 "The fact that you are graduating today and tomorrow you might not be able to get a job is a very very scary prospect. I think it also has an impact on students that have just graduated from high school or are leaving at 16. And they are thinking if it’s worth coming to university, if it’s worth getting a degree.

 In the union cafe, student's life goes on as it always has, but these undergraduates know the bubble of academia will not protect them from the recession for long.

Particularly over the Christmas leave when you are home for months, no one has got any job to give out a few weeks.

My dad was afraid of us which  so that’s the fact that least to know for the morning to help with those to pay my tuition fees

As the recession deepens, some students find themselves with dilemma. Do they stay at university, continue their studies and hope to graduate when job market improves by the time they leave. Or do they obey like now and take a job, any job, so they don't get left on the employment shelf.

 Kiel's performance in the graduate jobs market has been good so far. The latest figures available show 95% of students leaving do get a job. But that was before the economy fell off the clip. And the university is working to equip its students with the skills to compete in ever gloomier employment field.

 "I think the important thing for us actually is to give them tools and ability to actually be able to respond to the environment. I think our students are well enough aware of the extreme circumstances."

 It's been a long time since a degree guaranteed the job when you left university, but never in the living memory of these students as their job prospects look so bleak.

 

David Burns SKY News.

 

 

On ryland

 

 

There is a chill wind blowing through the campus of Keele university these days and it's nothing to do with the weather. Students fear the recession and a downturn in graduate recruitment, may mean their studies lead them nowhere, but a dole queue. Students' Union president Talah Omran Al Rubaie already has her degree, and will give up her union post this summer, but she's not looking forward to launching herself onto the jobs market.

 

The fact that, you are graduating today and tomorrow, you might not be able to get a job, is a very very scary prospect, I think it also has an impact on the students that have just graduated from high school, or leaving at 16, and they're thinking “Is it worth coming to university, is it worth getting a degree.”

 

In a Union cafe, student life goes on as it always has. But these undergraduates know the bubble of academia will not protect them from the recession for long.

 

Particularly over Christmas and Easter when you're only home for months, no one's got any jobs to give out for a few weeks.

 

My dad works for bus which obviously he has gone on that ,so that's a fact, and he is gonna be made we don't inspire from probably standout, and he was one of the main owners for helping with bills and he’s using for paying my tuition fees

 

As the recession deepens, some students find themselves with a dilemma: do they stay at university, continue their studies, and hope the graduate job market improves by the time they leave, or do they bailout now and take a job, any job, so they don't get left on the employment shelf.

 

Keele’s performance in the graduate jobs market has been good so far. The latest figures available show 95% of students leaving do get a job, but that was before the economy fell off a cliff , and the university is working hard to equip its students with the skills to compete in an ever gloomier employment field.

 

I think the important thing for us is actually to give them tools and ability to actually respond to the environment, I think our students are well enough, aware of the external circumstances.

 

It's been a long time since the degree guaranteed a job when you left university. But never in the living memory of these students have their job prospects looked so bleak.

 

^_^ ,终于搞清楚最后一句话的语法结构了。 最后一句是个倒装句,恢复到正常语序是: Their job prospects have never looked so bleak in the living memory of these students.

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There is a chill wind blowing through the campus of Yale university these days and it has nothing to do with the weather, students feel the recession and the downturn in graduate recruitment may mean their studies lead them nowhere but the dull cue. Students union president Tara Alma Aruby already has her degree and would give up her union post this summer, but she is not looking forward to lauching herself onto the job’s market.

The fact that, you know, graduating today and tomorrow you might not be able to get a job, it is a very very scary prospect, I think it also has an impact on students that have just graduated from high school or leaving at 16 and they are thinking is it worth coming to the university? Is it worth getting the degree?

In the uion cafes, student life goes on as it always has, but these undergraduates know bubble of academia would not protect them from the recession for long.

Particulary everyone you questioned needs it when you are in home for month, no one’s got any jobs for live out for a few weeks.

My dad would fetch boxes which obviously known as just so that is a fact to let me be scared and made me on this pipe for the list and he was one of the main who owns the money for helping with bills and used to pay my tuition fees.

As the recession deepen, some students find themselves with a dilemma, do they stay at university, continue their studies and hope the graduate job market improves by the time they leave? Or do they bail out like now and take a job, any job so they don't get left on the employment shelf?

Yale’s performance in the graduate job’s market has being good so far, the latest figure available show 95% of students’ leaving do get a job, but that was before the economy fell off the cliff. The university is working hard to recruit its students with the skills to compete them ever gloomier employment field.

I think the important thing for us actually is to give them tools and ability to respond to the envirnment, I think our students are well enough aware of this circumstances. It’s been a long time since the degree guarantee the job when you left university but never in the living memory of these students of their job prospects look so bleak.

David Bones. Sky News in Stafichy.

 

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