Forty Percent of Brazil’s Youths with College Degrees Have No Professional Employment

A survey by IDados consultancy points out that 525,000 recent college graduates now have jobs that do not require a university degree; the pandemic should aggravate this scenario.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Daughter of a housemaid, 22-year-old Camila Striato Martinez was the first person in her family to complete university. Bruna Klingspiegel, also 22, graduated with a degree in history and completed her post-graduate studies. Bruno Vinícius Moreira Rodrigues, 27, graduated in law three years ago.

However, the diplomas of all three are kept in their drawers. Camila, Bruna, and Bruno are among the thousands of young Brazilians . . .

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