Neoliberal Education Essay

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Due to the existing neoliberal education structure, labour hiring practises have altered to adapt to these new changes. These changes can be seen within the labour-law framework. Millennial looking for employment will more often have less protection that existing employees at a company. With less protection, Millennials have found it challenging to qualify for benefits with their current service work employers or the government. Due to inexperience and extended periods of low earnings, graduates have found limited access to unemployment insurance and often difficulty qualifying for smaller public pensions (Cappelli, 1999). Cappelli’s article also states that Millennials are less likely to belong to unions, due to the increasing amount of precarious work. This helps to prove why many find it more difficult to voice their concerns about employment standards and health and safety at work (Cappelli, 1999). Without proper structure in a company to voice a concern, or the risk of being fired for …show more content…
This proves that because of the structure of the system Millennial students and graduates have and will continue to have a hard time finding full time employment. This is due to the fact that Universities continue to use students for their economic value, rather than their social value and development in improving and advancing society. This has been proved by students who continue to devalue their University degrees unknowingly. Using the evidence provided, I have verified that due to the neoliberal education system, students and graduates have had affected employment trends, as well as changes in the workplace that reduce availability for employment. In changing the current neoliberal education system and adopting Switzerland’s educational system, we can have a more advanced and sustainable future for current and future

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