Our expert says:
I'm not sure that its entirely respectable to be wanting to join the gravy train ; but its very respectable indeed to want to get a good job. But you seem specific that you want a job, not even in the civil service ( though its very rarely civil and rarely provides a reliable service ) - you say you want to get into Government !
Colour has indeed become accepted in such circles as influencing interviews and job offers. But it also appears that prominent membership of a particular political party, and the support of prominent political figures, counts for a good deal, so colour / race alone is far from guaranteeing anyone a job. I'm yet to be convinced that knowledge, skills, and an ability and willingness to actually do what the job requires is actually needed these days.
Maybe seek to make a reputation and success in other areas of work, and look for the sort of job that most attracts you, later ?
Also, discuss this with your teachers - they are irresponsible and unprofessional if they accept anyone into paying for training in Public Administration unless they are confident that any and all of their graduates can actually get a decent job in that field.
From your later remarks, you seem to be highly unrealistic in assuming that the sort of job challenge you look for would automatically be part of a government job, while it could be available in many other areas of work, including NGOs
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