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graduate

1. 
a. a person who has been awarded a first degree from a university or college
b. (as modifier): a graduate profession
2. US and Canadian a student who has completed a course of studies at a high school and received a diploma
3. US a container, such as a flask, marked to indicate its capacity

graduate

[′graj·ə·wət]
(chemistry)
A cylindrical vessel that is calibrated in fluid ounces or milliliters or both; used to measure the volume of liquids.
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He achieves this via his 6-stage 1-2-1 coaching programme, online coaching programmes, his 2 published books (The Student Book) and (The Graduate Book) and more.
Texas AandM University at Qatar recognized and honoured its outstanding graduates at a Suhoor held recently.
EARLY a third of all graduates are overqualified for their job.
A survey targeting around 60,000 graduates will help Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE) build strategic education plans in Oman that would match graduates' skills with the current labour market requirements.
it shouldn't matter employees have degrees or not The three most common graduate jobs staffed by non-graduates were retail and wholesale managers and directors, human resources and industrial relations officers, and sales accounts and business development managers.
Overall, graduates are also more likely to be employed at all compared to their peers who do not have a degree.
Penn State University graduates with debt carry the highest debt load, averaging $37,307 in the class of 2018.
Close to nine in 10 NUS fresh graduates secured employment within 6 months after final exams; Almost full employment for follow-up NUS graduates
In addition, more than a third (37 per cent) of non-recent UK graduates - those who left full-time education more than five years ago - are currently employed in non-graduate roles.
The report on graduates of internal and external scholarships pointed to a number of findings on the employment of the graduates and their assessment of educational services.
A new study of Englishdomiciled graduates shows that Liverpool graduates are thriving when it comes to salary levels up to 10 years after graduation.
Even as an increasing percentage of black Americans graduate from college -- often, the first in their family to do so -- they remain more likely to need to borrow to finance their undergraduate education, and the borrowing gap between the races has stayed, in percentage-point terms, about as wide for 2000-2014 graduates as in earlier decades.

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