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Research data: LABOUR MARKET
2017 Assessing the usability of the Western Cape Graduate Destination Survey for the analysis of labour market outcomes
Drawing on data from Quarterly Labour Force Surveys and the 2011 Census conducted by Statistics South Africa, this policy brief interrogates...Download this report
Since 1994 the state has instituted active labour market policies to redress the apartheid skills legacy. The skills planning challenge cont...
2016 Schooling inequality, higher education and the labour market: evidence from a graduate tracer study in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
An emerging body of research has shown that there are large inequalities in access to higher education in South Africa. There remains a gap,...