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Varieties of experience the graduate labour market in London: professional associations and university teachers by Irene Bruegel

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Published by FOCUS Central London in London .
Written in English


  • College graduates -- Employment -- England -- London.,
  • Labor market -- England -- London.

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Other titlesGraduate labour market in London.
StatementIrene Bruegel and Andrew Jones.
ContributionsJones, Andrew., Focus Central London Training and Enterprise Council., South Bank University., University of North London.
The Physical Object
Pagination60p. ;
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18860541M
ISBN 100953856224

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