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Best-educated generation ever faces significant challenges: David Crane

Society is getting a poor return from its investment in university education and university graduates are not achieving the economic opportunities they had hoped for.

An increasing number of young Canadians are graduating from university—but many of them are ending up in jobs that require less than a university degree, including a not insignificant number in jobs that only require a high school diploma or less. This means society is getting a poor return from its investment in university education and university graduates are not achieving the economic opportunities they had hoped for. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

 

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Best-educated generation ever faces significant challenges: David Crane

Society is getting a poor return from its investment in university education and university graduates are not achieving the economic opportunities they had hoped for.

An increasing number of young Canadians are graduating from university—but many of them are ending up in jobs that require less than a university degree, including a not insignificant number in jobs that only require a high school diploma or less. This means society is getting a poor return from its investment in university education and university graduates are not achieving the economic opportunities they had hoped for. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

 

  

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