Unfortunately, many college graduates have the experience of being rejected by employers. Colleges still believe that they provide essential education, however, the skills acquired during post-secondary education are not always so useful to graduates. Students do not meet the employer’s expectations and go get yet another post-secondary education. However, it is not how things are meant to be.
The problem is that colleges are not flexible enough to meet the present-day demand. Workplaces come and go so fast, that colleges cannot teach the professionals who will be needed in a 5 years period. However, there is a good news for students and employers. If the latter put clear expectations of what young specialists have to do, then future graduates would better prepare for the job. They would pass online courses and visit all necessary workshops. Then employers will have plenty of skilled and trained young people to hire.