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  1. graduate economy

    Commentary: What a lousy time to graduate, what an unfair handicap for graduating students

    This year’s graduates are entering the worst economy since the Great Depression, says the Financial Times' Brooke Masters.
  2. A Harvard student sits with her belongings before returning home on March 12, 2020, as students left

    Commentary: The coronavirus is sending universities back to school

    Online education won’t replace the in-person variety, but will complement it, says the Financial Times’ Simon Kuper.
  3. Graduates attend commencement at University of California, Berkeley in Berkeley

    Commentary: COVID-19 could shrink earnings of 2020 graduates for years to come

    The looming economic downturn could have distinct consequences for the Class of 2020 that outlast the economic downturn itself, say observers.
  4. A level students (2)

    Commentary: What the uncertainty after receiving A-Level results can teach you about adulting

    The point isn’t which university to attend or which course to pick, but the lessons you learn in the process of making that decision, says Grace Yeoh.
  5. Chinese University of Hong Kong protest graduation ceremony

    Masked university students rally at graduation ceremony in Hong Kong

    About 1,000 students, many wearing black masks, attended a graduation ceremony at the Chinese University of Hong Kong on Thursday, with some ...
  6. Mortar board hats are thrown in the air at University of Brighton's graduation ceremony

    Commentary: Is a first-class degree really that important?

    Many UK graduate recruiters are weighing up other skills alongside academic achievement, says the Financial Times' Amy Borrett.