- Language: English
- 708 Pages
- Published: September 2011
- Region: Global
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Graduate Overeducation in Australia. Edition No. 1
- Published: September 2009
- Region: Global, Australia
- 236 Pages
- VDM Publishing House
Australia, and indeed the world, has witnessed a massive increase in tertiary educated labour force participation, particularly in the last 30 years. An unintended consequence of this has been a rise in the number of highy qualified graduates failing to obtain employment commensurating with their paper qualifications, leading to potential human capital athropy and loss of productivity. This precipitated my study into the issue of graduate overeducation in Australia. It investigates the depth of this phenomenon among various graduate sub-groups in the labour market, including females and immigrants. The study hopes to broaden the current knowledge base by offering a comprehensive account of graduate overeducation in Australia from various perspectives.
Parvinder Kler, Ph.D (Economics), Masters (International Studies) at The University of Queensland. Curently lecturer of Economics at The University of Queensland. Areas of interest include labour market issues, economics of education, economic development, gender issues and international political economy.