Post-compulsory education pathways and labour market outcomes
Emily McDool and
Education Economics, 2023, vol. 31, issue 3, 326-352
We use sequence analysis to compare the different trajectories that individuals take through the education system and into work and identify the characteristics that could be used to target those who are at most risk of poorer labour market outcomes. As well as age 16 exam performance, we find that parental advice, aspirations, and attitudes towards HE are important predictors of the pathways through education and into work. However, these pathways are not strongly determined at the end of compulsory education, and thus there are still opportunities for individuals to change their trajectory even after leaving school.
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Working Paper: Post-Compulsory Education Pathways and Labour Market Outcomes (2020)
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