July 18, 2022: Workshop „Elterneinbindung in der beruflichen Orientierung“ in Stuttgart
Berufsorientierung mit Eltern – Wie kann das gelingen?
Tobias Scheu [IAW]
Graduates of a cooperative university have similiar returns than graduates of a university of applied sciences
This states a new study of the IAW with the title “Individual returns of a cooperative university degree”. The authors find that graduates of a cooperative university have higher returns than graduates from a vocational training and craftsmen/technicians. Additionally, graduates from a cooperative university earn less than graduates from a general university. A quantile regression shows that those results differ among wage distributions. The analyses are based on the starting cohort of adults of the National Educational Panel (NEPS-SC6).
by Anne Zühlke, Philipp Kugler, Armin Hackenberger and Tobias Brändle
Lifetime labour income is higher for individuals with a university degree, but only late in life. When considering the failure risk of educational degrees and the possibility of educational upgrading, we find that individuals who start with a vocational training after their highest school degree do not earn less than individuals who start with university studies, once we control for covariates such as socio‐demographics and educational background.
Monetary returns to secondary and tertiary education in Germany - a narrative review (in German).
Z f Bildungsforschung (2023). https://doi.org/10.1007/s35834-023-00380-y