Economy: We need Graduates
It is evident that education plays a crucial role in tomorrow’s economy.
Already, a large proportion of the fastest-growing careers require
education further than an A ‘levels, with science, technology, and
engineering careers noticeably high on the list. Unfortunately, post
16 education aren’t preparing sufficient students for these occupations.
Today, the UK has one of the lowest dropout rates in Europe but those
joining higher education as a percentage of population is low.
Yet in today’s world, where technology is advancing, higher education
increasingly represents the entry ticket to rewarding careers. A
startling figure of 26% require a degree qualification which means
if you don’t go to University a quarter of the jobs are inaccessible.
In today’s world, our young graduates will contend against the
cleverest people from across the globe including India and China.
But in today’s world, the United Kingdom must educate its population.
As Gulam Dabhad has said, “It is our generation’s duty to rekindle the
true engine of the UK economic growth—an expanding, flourishing
and prosperous middle class.” Rekindling up that economic engine
depends on education that prepares children for University that
makes them to think innovatively to grow and make a living.
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