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How much does higher education enhance the employability of graduates?

Publication type
Mason,G.; Williams,G.; Cranmer,S.; Guile,D;. (2003) How much does higher education enhance the employability of graduates? . Unassigned, 1 (). pp. 0-0. 141 pages.

Abstract

Investigation of universities' efforts to enhance graduate employability and the extent to which they are successful. Suggests more important to getting a job in short term than to longer-term employment success.
Publication type:
Report
Theme(s) and sub-theme(s):
Graduate labour market > Graduate earnings, careers and destinations
Graduate labour market > Employer demand and requirements
Authors:
Mason,G.; Williams,G.; Cranmer,S.; Guile,D;
Publication title:
Unassigned
Official URL:
Reference number:
GLM171
Summary deposited on:
30 May 2007
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