People go to school hoping to to get good jobs upon graduation. But, sadly, that is not always the case. That is why there are a lot of unemployed graduates. However, it seems that some graduates remain unemployed because they are picky, and see some jobs as beneath them. This reminds me of a comic video titled "Gateman Job", where a man is asked whether as a graduate he will take a gateman job that pays $1million a month. His reply is epic; and it is the mindset that graduates should have when job-hunting. See video here: As a graduate, what should be your attitude when job-hunting. Will you reject a legit and well-paying job because you find it demeaning?