No surprises in employment study

June 30, 2000

Employment and study patterns of students remain unchanged on last year, according to the Higher Education Statistics Agency. Hesa's destination survey found 69 per cent in employment, 21 per cent in education or training and 5 per cent assumed unemployed six months after leaving higher education. The remainder were occupied with family duties or travelling.

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