Is the Worth Doing a Science of Technology Degree in Canada? Empirical Evidence and Policy Implications
This paper looks at the early careers of science and technology graduates in Canada using three waves on the National Graduates Surveys. Employment rates, earning levels, job satisfaction, the job-education skill match, and the overall evaluation of the education programme are studied in order to evaluate the attractiveness of careers in science and technology and the degree to which these graduates's skills and talents are being efficiently ulilised.
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