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Less time to study, less well prepared for work, yet satisfied with higher education: a UK perspective on links between higher education and the labour market

Publication type
Little,B.; Arthur,L;. (2010) Less time to study, less well prepared for work, yet satisfied with higher education: a UK perspective on links between higher education and the labour market . Journal of Education and Work, 23 (3). pp. 275-296.

Abstract

European study on graduate employment finds that the match between UK graduates’ HE and their first job (in terms of level of education and field of study) compared with European graduates overall.
Publication type:
Article
Theme(s) and sub-theme(s):
Graduate labour market > Employer demand and requirements
Graduate labour market > Graduate earnings, careers and destinations
Generic Themes > International
Authors:
Little,B.; Arthur,L;
Publication title:
Journal of Education and Work
Official URL:
Reference number:
GLM367
Summary deposited on:
25 Jan 2011
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