2 edition of Higher education and graduate employment in Europe found in the catalog.
Higher education and graduate employment in Europe
by Wissenschaftliches Zentrum für Berufs- und Hochschulforschung der universität Gesamthochschule Kassel in Kassel
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Ulrich Teichler ; [redaktion, Christiane Bradatsch]|
|Series||Werkstattberichte -- Bd. 52, Werkstattberichte (Gesamthochschule Kassel. Wissenschaftliches Zentrum für Berufs- und Hochschulforschung) -- Bd. 52|
|LC Classifications||HD6278.E86 T45 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||109|
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The book indicates a noteworthy variety among economically advanced countries in the competences Manufacturer: Springer.
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Higher Education and Graduate Employment in Europe: Results from Graduates Surveys from Twelve Countries (Higher Education Dynamics)Format: Hardcover. The interviewees from Austria, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom and Japan are a unique source of information on Higher Education and graduate employment in Europe.
The book indicates a noteworthy variety among economically advanced countries in the competences. Higher Education and Graduate Employment in Finland Article in European Journal of Education 35(2) - December with 80 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Get this from a library. Higher education and graduate employment in Europe: results of graduate surveys from twelve countries. [Harald Schomburg]. China's recent upsurge in graduate unemployment relates to a number of things.
One important aspect is its education policy-making and economic development as well as reforms in the economy and in its higher education. Recently the annual growth in the numbers of new graduates was estimated at 7, for Here refers to the first employment rate reported to education authority in June and revealed to the general public in July.
However, another employment rate, that is, final employment rate of university graduates, is normally released in December. The final employment rates in the past one decade have stayed at 10–15% higher than the first by: This book explores a noteworthy variety among economically advanced countries in the competences fostered by higher education, and the emphasis placed either on laying a broad basis of knowledge or direct preparation for professional tasks.
In some countries, universities are closely involved in ensuring a rapid transition from student to employee; in others, students.
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By THE World Summit Series team. Downloadable. The matching between workers' skills and job requirements is a topic of high concern for policymakers, potential workers and enterprises. Jobs demands is more and more technological and new types of job roles continue to emerge. To face affectively this increasing demands of specific competences, social and personal competencies must be accompanied.
Harald Schomburg is the author of Higher Education and Graduate Employment in Europe ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Employabilit. Education-Employment Relationship The above description of the problem of graduate unemployment leads us to think that there is a relationship between higher education and graduate unemployment which could be looked into within the global framework of the relationship between education and by: 6.
HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE GRADUATE LABOUR MARKET IN THE WESTERN BALKANS | This is a study of the transition from university to work (or often to unemployment) of higher education graduates in 6.
Higher education and graduate employment in Europe: results from and Japan, about their socio-biographical background, study paths, transition from higher education to employment, early career, links between study and employment, job satisfaction and their retrospective view on higher education.
The book provides a description of the study Cited by: Graduates in Europe Key Results of the Bologna Process graduates as compared to other graduates from institutions of higher education.
The book provides relevant information for students and teaching staff at institutions of education reforms on graduate employment will be undertaken in the future. Other. This book reports the outcomes of a study of the relationship between higher education and employment three to four years after graduation.
Conducted between andthe Career after Higher Education: a European Research Study (CHEERS) project questioned graduates from nine countries in the European Union (Austria, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Cited by: Higher Education and Graduate Employment in Europe: Results from Graduates Surveys from Twelve Countries (Higher Education Dynamics) by Harald Schomburg, Ulrich Teichler This book explores a noteworthy variety among economically advanced countries in the competences fostered by higher education, and the emphasis placed either on laying a broad.
In a study on the effects of higher-education “massification” on graduate employment and the changing needs of the labour market, the author finds that “graduates in Europe, North America and East Asia have been negatively affected in terms of employment and social mobility by the rapid expansion of higher education”.
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Ideally speaking, school's research and teaching are meant to benefit the public. Unfortunately, schools do not always make engaging with the public and meeting community needs a priority. According to the Graduate Outcomes Survey, released on 11 January, students from privileged postcodes are more likely to be in full-time employment four months after graduating – even though they are less likely to be looking for work in the first place.
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