Second in our series of podcasts - Leaders of the Futuretrack project, Professors Kate Purcell and Peter Elias, discuss 'employability' and the skills graduates need in today's job market.
What is a degree worth?
Professors Kate Purcell and Peter Elias have been conducting research on the graduate labour market for more than twenty years. The Futuretrack survey will reveal the latest evidence on this topic, but in this podcast, they talk about the issues more broadly.
Futuretrack is open to anyone who applied to enter full-time higher education through UCAS in 2005/06. If this is you, and you have not yet participated in the survey, don’t be left out – do it NOW!
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