Category: labour market

What the expansion of higher education means for graduates in the labour market

What the expansion of higher education means for graduates in the labour market

by Markus SchwabeStatistician, Directorate for Education and SkillsA university degree has always been considered as key to a good job and higher wage ...
The fork in the road towards gender equality

The fork in the road towards gender equality

by Simon NormandeauStatistician, Directorate for Education and SkillsGender biases can be persistent. Too persistent. A simple exercise to illustrate ...
“Youth are not the future; they are the present”

“Youth are not the future; they are the present”

Interview with Oley Dibba-Wadda, Executive Secretary of the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) by Marilyn Achiron, Edi ...
What does a country average actually mean?

What does a country average actually mean?

by Dirk Van DammeHead of the Innovation and Measuring Progress Division, Directorate for Education and SkillsThe institutional framework of the intern ...
Career education that works

Career education that works

by Anthony MannDirector of Policy and Research, Education and Employers TaskforceThe benefits of employers engaging with education has long been repor ...
Long-term wellbeing of European societies is at stake

Long-term wellbeing of European societies is at stake

By Natália MazotteFreelance Journalist, SGI NewsChild and youth opportunitiesChildren and young people are among the biggest losers in the European ec ...