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They were characterised as unkempt scroungers with no ideas.

But this week, among other things, Canadian-born, Dublin-based vlogger Katie Varvos tells us how the Occupy Movement has defied critics through their Rolling Jubilee project, that has helped almost 3,000 people across America abolish more than $14million of debt.

Stay for the cat and prize of dinner for two in Bóbós on Dame Street, Dublin.

Previously: The Unemployed Graduate on broadsheet.


Ireland can avail of a €200 million EU fund to create a “youth jobs guarantee” over the next two years.

But Canada-born vlogger Katie Varvos (top), ‘The Unemployed Graduate’, explains – using  FACTS and amusing film inserts – how the plan may be ineffective and asks why the figures don’t add up.

(Stay for the cat and prizes).

Previously: The Unemployed Graduate on broadsheet


“Between 7am-7pm the average age of presenters is 55 (RTÉ) and 54 (Newstalk)…Furthermore, Claire Byrne is the only presenter on RTÉ One, under the age of 40 and Chris O’Donoghue is the only presenter on Newstalk, under the age of 30. He’s 29.”


In her second dispatch, Canadian-born, Dublin-based vlogger Katie ‘The Unemployed Graduate’ Varvos outlines how so few women, minorities and young people are on Irish radio and telly.

Fairly staggering, in fairness.

Damn white old guys.

(Stay for the prizes and Billy the cat).

Previously: Katie On JobBridge