Students finishing their exams have confirmed that they’re ready to stroll into one of those above average salary jobs they were told about a few years ago.
The graduates, unaware that pictures in their cap and gown is where the laughter ends, have confirmed they’re now ready for the world of work.
Business Studies graduate Pete Bowen said: “I just need to wait for all the job offers to roll in.
“I’m not sure whether to move back home to Merthyr or stay in Swansea, but I do know there’s a huge calling for people like me because I read it in some University marketing literature a few years back. Why else would I burden myself with such debt?”
Soon to be graduate in Italian Theresa Connell said: “I’ll obviously be using my degree when I move back to Weston Super Mare, I just haven’t decided how yet.
“Maybe I’ll be a consultant or something, which I’m sure will be really useful post Brexit. I can choose my own hours and spend my time wondering how to spend all my money.”
Social Policy graduate Rob Gray added: “Basically there’s no social responsibility anymore and everything’s a mess.
“What a massive opportunity that is for me, armed with my Degree I can re-establish social order while playing FIFA.
“Or there’s a PGCE.”
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