Graduates are excited for completing their qualification and are eager to get going in the work industry. The problem is that nowadays companies want graduates to have requirements of ridiculous achievements in the given time period they studied for. It’s almost as if they’re asking for a graduate to have climbed Mount Everest, won the triathlon, make a bestselling book, work for 10 years, be on TV and be an entrepreneur all in the 3/4 years of studying. It’s crazy. That means most graduates would have needed to be an intern during their studies, which is understandable getting them in the mix, but it also means graduates need to understand how the industry works before being taught how it works. Job requirements shouldn’t be too picky and fussy. A degree was hard earned and should be rewarded with a job opportunity at the very least.