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Employability skills initiatives in higher education: what effects do they have on graduate labour market outcomes?

Publication type
Mason,G.; Williams,G.; Cranmer,S;. (2009) Employability skills initiatives in higher education: what effects do they have on graduate labour market outcomes? . Education Economics, 17 (1). pp. 1-30.

Abstract

Structured work experience and employer involvement in course design and delivery have positive effects on graduates' subsequent employment in graduate level jobs. Teaching employability skills is not related to labour market performance.
Publication type:
Article
Theme(s) and sub-theme(s):
Graduate labour market > Employer demand and requirements
Authors:
Mason,G.; Williams,G.; Cranmer,S;
Publication title:
Education Economics
Official URL:
Reference number:
GLM349
Summary deposited on:
3 Nov 2009
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