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Employment rates among graduates aged up to 34 (2013)

Employment rates among graduates aged up to 34 (2013)

Employment rates among graduates aged up to 34 (2013)

The graphs show gender differences in employment rates among higher education graduates younger than 34. After more than three years since their graduation, the percentage of men in employment is significantly higher than that of women. A number of reasons, such as young mothers staying at home, the structure of the labour market and employment policies, availability of child-care facilities and similar could be the cause of this difference. This loss of a highly educated labour force is a cause for concern.

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