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Master courses, a backup for job

For those born in cities where there are universities or for those still enjoying financial support from their parents, master courses seem an attractive way to go. Graduates take master courses in order to have a superior degree that could get them a job.

“I graduated a university of economics and I still haven’t found a job yet. Now I’m thinking of taking master courses since autumn. Of course, I want a job, but if I decide not to pursue it, I’ll just have to find something else to do, not just stay home”, said a fresh graduate of the Academy of Economic Studies.

However, recruiters don’t think a degree would mean much to employers who seek experience and productivity.

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