Implications of widened access to higher education

2017-05-04T05:35:58Z (GMT) by Birrell, Bob Rapson, Virginia
The number of graduates in Australia increased by 46 per cent between 1991 and 1996. Graduates in non-vocationally-specific fields increased more steeply; the largest increase was in Business and Administration (126 per cent). Graduates are much more likely to be in the work force and to have jobs than non-graduates, but a number will spend some time in sub-professional jobs. Copyright. Monash University and the author/s