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  • Gen Z don't want to work in a café
  • Gen Z don't want to work in a café
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Gen Z don't want to work in a café

As tuition fees continue to rise, The number of students holding down a job increased to 59% in 2014. A lot of these jobs involve unskilled work, but for students wanting to grow their skills in relevant disciplines, start-up Campus Job is offering an alternative.

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