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UK Graduates Unlikely To Find Ideal Job
UK graduates are less likely to find a job in their preferred profession than in countries including Colombia, Turkey, India and South Africa, according to a new report.
A study among almost 8,000 current and former students in 14 countries found that the UK ranked 11th for graduates employed in their chosen field.
Almost a third of graduates in the UK have not been able to find a job they wanted, technology company Instructure said.
Colombia topped the list for having the most graduates employed in their chosen field at 85%, followed by Denmark (83%), Norway, Turkey and India (all 79%).
Only Japan (30%), Brazil (63%) and Australia (67%) scored lower than the UK's 68%.
Students in the UK were said to be ``overly optimistic'' about the experience gained at university being of benefit in finding work they wanted.
The Scottish Government has launched a consultation on increasing the number of organ and tissue donors.
The Scottish Government has appointed an independent adviser to spearhead efforts to tackle racism.
Half of the Jobcentre Plus offices in Glasgow are to close to save money, officials have said.
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