In job markets, a higher education degree is often a road to nowhere
There are 55 million people who hold at least a graduate degree. About 9 million of them are unemployed
The aspiration for well-paid jobs has led to students continuing their studies in the hope of a decent job at the end
Hyderabad/Bengaluru: At 19, Kalyan Reddy is like any other college-goer: ambitious, vulnerable and unsure of his future. Now in the final year of his bachelors in biotechnology course, he is eyeing a post-graduate degree in the same stream. His hope: a better standing in the job market than someone with just a bachelors degree.