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“It was only when he went undercover and got his hands dirty for a week that he finally realised he had NO school-leavers coming into the profession (due to tight deadlines, ‘efficiency’ savings etc) and all his old timers with 30-40 years in (who were naturally very experienced, skilled and quick at their jobs) were due to retire soon.”
“When the latest unemployment figures are released on Wednesday, they will almost certainly show that joblessness jumped again in August, with youth unemployment hitting a million, as a fresh crop of disillusioned school-leavers and disappointed graduates trooped down to the jobcentre.”
“Inside was a reprint of Barry Miles's first interview with the band: They talk of the boredom of living in the council high-rise blocks, of living at home with parents, of dole queues, of the mind-destroying jobs offered to unemployed school-leavers.”
“The squeeze on places has led to greater scrutiny of alternatives to higher education, including company training programmes that accept school-leavers.”
“However, just 12% said school-leavers had the same aptitude for learning new skills as graduates, while 58% thought graduates would be quicker learners.”
“But employers have become increasingly reluctant to hire school-leavers.”
“Since 2002, the pressure to meet MDG2 and to reduce Angola's 27% teenage illiteracy rate has seen the country recruit thousands of untrained school-leavers into teaching.”
“According to Dr Yusuf Nsubuga, director of basic and secondary education at the ministry of education, before the secondary scheme barely 50% of primary school-leavers went on to secondary education annually.”
“Firstly, the notion that our children receive an education at school is refuted on a daily basis by the ignorance, innumeracy and illiteracy of the majority of school-leavers. 10 years 'worth of cumulative schooling appears to be insufficient to equip most children with the fundamentals, so a couple of days lost here and there hardly seem to be of any relevance.”
“Liam Byrne, Labour's shadow work and pensions minister, has warned that youngsters face a "summer of anxiety," as a new crop of school-leavers and graduates enter the already overcrowded job market.”
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