Part of "Life on the Edge" series. Hassan is a university graduate with a degree in business. But he doesn't commute to an office every day. His place of work is a farm 200 kilometers from Cairo. And it isn't even land in the fertile Nile Delta. Strangely, it seems, Hassan has chosen to farm in the desert. He was tempted by a government offer of land to any graduate willing to farm it. Have Hassan and 40,000 other graduates been true pioneers, when the knowledge economy worldwide isn't providing enough jobs?