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Wybór kierunku studiów – mechanizm segregacji (2)

The massification of higher education in Poland means that many students choose this educational pathway to improve their chances for a good job. Therefore, the labour market outcomes of graduates provide an important perspective for future students, higher education institutions, as well as decision makers at the national level. The Polish Graduate Tracking System (ELA), based on administrative data, is designed to monitor graduates’ outcomes in the labour market by type of studies, higher education institution, as well as individual curricula. Results of the first two years of graduate tracking show that the outcomes vary by study area, but also change over time. While in the first months after graduation, aspects such as prior experience in the labour market and place of residence have a substantial effect on employment chances, in the longer run, they lose their importance relative to other factors.

Mikołaj Jasiński, Marek Bożykowski,
Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw
Agnieszka Chłoń-Domińczak, Warsaw School of Economics
Tomasz Zając, Center for Studies in Higher Education, University of California, Berkeley
Mateusz Żółtak, Austrian Center for Digital Humanities


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