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Author Ziderman, Adrian.

Title Employability of higher education graduates in Europe
Published Bradford : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (175 pages)
Series International Journal of Manpower: Volume 35, Issue 4
International Journal of Manpower: Volume 35, Issue 4
Contents Cover; Editorial advisory board; Employability of higher education graduates in Europe; Employability of young graduates in Europe; Graduate employability and the development of competencies. The incomplete reform of the "Bologna Process" ; Graduates' job satisfaction across domains of study; Job mismatch in early career of graduates under post-communism; Competencies which shape leadership; Vocational bachelor graduates in France: labour market integration and social mobility; First-job educational and skill match
Summary The empirically-based articles of the special issue address six main areas related to the transition of graduates from education to the labour market: employment and employability, job (mis)match, development of particular areas of competency, new certificates of higher education, along with the disciplinarity and status of the self-perceived role of academics in supporting graduates' careers. This issue provides empirical findings relevant to various stakeholders of higher education systems which are essential for strategic development in the area. The selection of papers proposes an interdis
Notes The role of higher education in supporting graduates' early labour market careers
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Bologna process (European higher education)
College graduates -- Employment -- Europe.
Education and globalization -- Europe.
Form Electronic book
Author Pavlin, Samo.
Svetlik, Ivan, 1950-
ISBN 1783507233
9781783507238