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Hassan is not optimistic about his prospects upon graduation.



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    Hassan al-Shohaty is a student from Yemen who is due to graduate from London's Cass Business School this summer.

    He has been applying for graduate programmes since last September but has not been able to find a position.

    Hassan is not feeling optimistic about his prospects and is wondering if he should begin to look for jobs abroad or just wait until the economic crisis passes.

    This is his story.


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    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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