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by Robert M. Lindley,L.C. Hunter

Author: Robert M. Lindley,L.C. Hunter
Subcategory: Higher & Continuing Education
Language: English
Publisher: Open University Press; First Edition edition (October 1981)
Pages: 200 pages
Category: Teaching and Education
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The first day will mainly look at trends and changes in OECD labour markets and reflect on their possible implications for the supply of higher education and tertiary education graduates in the future.

The first day will mainly look at trends and changes in OECD labour markets and reflect on their possible implications for the supply of higher education and tertiary education graduates in the future. It will discuss to what extent tertiary education graduates will be needed in diverse OECD countries and why. It will discuss quantitative and qualitative forecasts in selected OECD countries as well as its implied consequences in terms of educational attainment of the populations.

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abilities developed through higher education programmes and the . looked at the way graduates of higher education integrated in the labour market and. how employers think of them

abilities developed through higher education programmes and the extent to which these corre-. spond to their expectations and requirements. The discussion is relevant to the vast literature. how employers think of them. Among the findings are the perceived strengths of.

That study focused on the initiatives and policy instruments that are used to improve supply and demand of graduates and generally labour market relevance of study programmes

The future looks bright for higher education when it comes to the possibilities of technology, but it’s critical that individuals at all levels of higher education begin thinking futuristically about how these technologies can be deployed.

The future looks bright for higher education when it comes to the possibilities of technology, but it’s critical that individuals at all levels of higher education begin thinking futuristically about how these technologies can be deployed. Otherwise, they risk being controlled by, rather than in control of, the changes. AUDIO on Relationships Will Change Higher Education. Peter Stokes Executive Director of Postsecondary Innovation, Northeastern University

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According to the McKinsey report, 34 per cent of jobs in the educational services sector globally (more than 40 million posts) have the potential for automation. That likely includes much of university administration. And the Ministry of Education recently funded the construction of one of the first liberal arts colleges in Asia, Yale-NUS College, in light of the fact that liberal arts’ holistic approach to learning is known to develop keen thinkers with high emotional intelligence.

Tertiary education may be either higher education or further education (FE).

Higher education output: higher education attainment levels . Completion rates and policies for improvement . Graduates on the labour market: unemployment and transition from education to work . Private returns on education: income and educational attainment . Higher education qualifications and labour market demand: qualification mismatches Conclusions.