As the American University of Afghanistan celebrates its first graduating class, most of the 32 graduates say they will put their education to use in their home country. However, officials say the country, where 80% of people work in agriculture, has a history of losing bright citizens for the promise of other countries. "There is nothing happening to help graduates after they finish college," said Habibullah Rafi, a political analyst. "There is nothing for poor graduates."

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