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Graduates on the struggle to find a decent job

19 November 2013 Last updated at 10:32 GMT

There's been a rise in the number of recent graduates doing jobs that didn't need a degree.

The Office for National Statistics has released a major report into graduate employment.

It says people who've been to university are still much more likely to find work, and will earn more over the course of their career.

Newsbeat spoke to Debbie Griffiths, Laura Stone and April Gilbert, who all graduated in 2012.

April is the only one doing a job linked to her degree, and the other two say their job search has been "demoralising".

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