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Gendered and classed graduate transitions to work: How the unequal playing field is constructed, maintained and experienced (2018)
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Bradley, H., & Waller, R. (2018). Gendered and classed graduate transitions to work: How the unequal playing field is constructed, maintained and experienced. In R. Waller, N. Ingram, & M. R. Ward (Eds.), Higher Education and Social Inequalities: University admissions, experiences and outcomes, 210-230. Routledge

A recent Institute of Fiscal Studies report (Crawford and Vignoles, 2014) of 200,000 graduates showed those who had attended independent schools on average earned 18% more than peers from state schools 3.5 years after university. Even for graduates f... Read More about Gendered and classed graduate transitions to work: How the unequal playing field is constructed, maintained and experienced.