Professor Nader Habibi has a new op-ed on the job market prospects for college graduates in the Middle East.  In the Middle East, government policies encourage many people to get a college degree.  However given other labor market regulations, the supply of college graduates far exceeds their demand.  Thus Professor Habibi argues:

Many will join the ranks of the unemployed and of those who manage to find employment a good portion will have to accept jobs that are either low-skilled or unrelated to their field of specialisation.


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