Does Higher Education Attained Abroad Lead ot International Jobs?

This article investigates the early career of graduates who have studied abroad (mobile students) compared to graduates who have undertaken the entire education at domestic higher education institutions (nonmobile students). The main question is to what extent mobile students get jobs with international assignments compared to nonmobile students. Results show that mobile students—particularly those who graduated abroad— more often than nonmobile students search for and gain work experience abroad. The vast majority of mobile students return from abroad after graduation. In the domestic labour market, mobile students hold jobs with more international assignments than nonmobile students.

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Title Does Higher Education Attained Abroad Lead ot International Jobs?
Category Academic article
AuthorJannecke Wiers-Jenssen
publication year2008
issn1028-3153