Documents tagged with: Occupations

Upper secondary school graduates

File for research purposes available on this survey carried out every three years interviewing a cohort of graduates four years after school graduation

Reference period: Year 2007, 2011, 2015

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Date of Issue: 29 September 2016

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Careers for secondary and university graduates

In 2015 43.5% of graduates (SY 2010-2011) and 72.8% of university graduates were in employment

Reference period: Survey 2015

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Date of Issue: 29 September 2016

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University graduates' vocational integration

Microdata for research purposes on the "University graduates' vocational integration" sample survey by interviewing a sample of graduates who attained the university degree four years before

Reference period: Years 2015, 2011

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Date of Issue: 08 September 2016

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Labour market

In the third quarter of 2015 all labour market indicators continued to improve

Reference period: 3 quarter 2015

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Date of Issue: 11 December 2015

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University graduates' vocational integration

Istat makes available the public use micro.stat files on the "University graduates' vocational integration" sample survey by interviewing a sample of graduates who attained the university degree four years before

Reference period: Years 2011, 2015

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Date of Issue: 08 September 2015

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Survey on Doctorate Holders’ Vocational Integration

Istat makes available the microdata for research purposes on university doctorate holders’ vocational integration. The survey was updated to 2014.

Reference period: Years 2009-2014

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Date of Issue: 03 July 2015

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Doctorate holders’ vocational integration

Public use micro.stat files available on the survey interviewed the 2004 and 2006 PhD graduates, aiming at detecting their employment conditions about five and three years after graduation. The survey was updated to 2014.

Reference period: Years 2009, 2014

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Date of Issue: 03 July 2015

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