“He finds dignity for himself in pretending the job is training for the day when he finally graduates from the Academy (if he ever gets into it to begin with) and he consoles himself at the end of every shift with the knowledge that he has put in a good day's work, and the script allows him that much dignity.”
“And when he graduates from the grad school he can go “Nyah, Nyah” at BYU.”
“We might also ask ourselves if general liberal-arts graduates from the same universities will be so lucky.”
“Murkowski has tried to make an issue of Miller's seeming abandonment of the "gentleman" part of the "officer and gentleman" training ingrained in graduates of the U.S.”
“However, that city was overrun with graduates from the law school, most of whom graduated with a better record than she had.”
“You can see where this argument leads: claims that the quality of graduates is dropping may be better explained either by the quality of the jobs on offer (advertising an entry-level job to graduates is not going to attract the best candidates) or by the minimum requirements (a degree).”
“My advice to the graduates is to also ignore such nonsense today.”
“Their work, in public policy planning, fundamental (my own path) or applied sciences, etc., is probably of far more public value than the higher-salaried private sector jobs that talented graduates from a few years ago might have taken.”
“Abolishing universal child benefit and imposing a hefty loan repayment scheme for richer graduates is losing the Conservatives traditional voters.”
“The inside view Ben Hayward, graduate recruitment executive at cosmetics group L'Oréal, says the outlook for hiring graduates is "very good".”
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