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Mapping the occupational destinations of new graduates

This report examines the transitions that new graduates make as they leave university and enter the labour market. It investigates the extent to which, on exit from university, students from different socio-economic backgrounds are more or less likely to enter a 'status' occupation.

The report uses data on first degree graduates leaving higher education in 2006/7 who have been surveyed at six months and three years after graduation. The data are from the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) Longitudinal Destination of Leavers from Higher Education and includes students graduating from Scottish, English and Welsh institutions.

Author(s): Lindsey Macmillan and Anna Vignoles, Centre for Analysis of Youth Transitions (CAYT)

Other Publishers: Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission

Production date: 2013

How to obtain: Download Mapping the occupational destinations of new graduates

Communities: Graduate Labour Market (GLaM), Diversity, Careers Information

Audiences: Careers practitioners

Format: Web



Tags: longitudinal DLHE DLHE graduate destinations social mobility graduate labour market labour market diversity working class social class HESA occupational

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