Half of the university graduates in environmental studies (49%) cannot find jobs, according to official figures.
Fresh graduates in these majors face challenges in the job market. Experts in this field say opening more nature schools across the country “is the best way to address the problem.”
From the total 10,577 fresh graduates who passed out last year, 5,191 are hunting for work.
“Ideally, one nature teacher is required for every student enrolled in a nature school. Establishment of each such school can facilitate work for a large number of environment graduates,” says Mohammad Darvish, deputy for education and public participation affairs at the Department of Environment (DoE).
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