Apprentices: hired or fired?

Studies show that the decision to opt for university is an ever-exacerbating one; tuition fees rise as the chances of gaining a job decrease. So why do undergraduates pursue this expensive and fickle route? From personal experience it’s a combination of three things. 1: Their profession requires it of them; 2: It’s what is expected of them; or 3: They haven’t a clue what else to do.

Studies show that the decision to opt for university is an ever-exacerbating one; tuition fees rise as the chances of gaining a job decrease. So why do undergraduates pursue this expensive and fickle route? From personal experience it’s a combination of three things. 1: Their profession requires it of them; 2: It’s what is expected of them; or 3: They haven’t a clue what else to do.

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