Fb2 High-level Skills and Industrial Competitiveness: Post-graduate Engineers and Scientists in Britain and Germany (Report) ePub
by Geoff Mason
|Subcategory:||Business and Work|
|Publisher:||National Institute of Economic & Social Research (February 1994)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1438 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1120 kb|
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SOLOFF (1994) Education, Training and the Economy. Economic Performance and Education: The Nature of Britain’s Deficiencies.
High-Level Skills, Kn. .
Geoff Mason We focus specifically on enterprise difficulties in recruiting engineers and scientists with skills related to Information and Communication Tech.
This report explores the supply of part-time higher education in the UK, with particular consideration to the study of part-time undergraduate provision in England. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Skill Gaps and Company-Level Performance: Evidence fr.
Section 3 assesses the mix of skills which companies need to respond.
Mason (1999) reports on a survey of employers of engineering, science and IT graduates in a mix of manufacturing and service sectors in the first quarter of 1998.
in Britain, as higher education has expanded. Women remain underrepresented in most SET subjects at A level and first degree level. This masks considerable variation by subject: there have been large increases in SET graduates in some subjects, such as biological sciences, and flat trends in other subjects such as medicine. SET qualified personnel have relatively low rates of unemployment and inactivity.
However, this overall growth has not been evenly spread across subject areas, with high growth in some areas and flat trends in others. In terms of new graduations, the picture is even more