According to a comprehensive new study, eight years after graduating with university bachelor degrees in 2005, males were earning $27,300 more on average than females who graduated with the same degrees.
Among college graduates, the earnings gap between women and men was almost as large, according to the analysis conducted by the Education Policy Research Initiative, a national research organizations based at the University of Ottawa.
The results also debunk the myth that some university programs have no real-world value and prepare students for little more than low paying jobs such as baristas.
(Source: Ottawa Citizen)
New to the collection: recent titles on a variety of topics, published by the OECD and available at the OECD iLibrary portal.
1. Farm management practices to foster green growth
2. Teaching excellence through professional learning and policy reform: lessons from around the world
3. The world of public employment services
4. Water governance in cities
5. Household debt in OECD countries
6. Public-Private Partnerships for Statistics
New to the collection. Titles from the European Union on Academia.
1. An analysis of the role and engagement of universitieswith regard to participation in the Framework Programmes
2. Study on the diversity within the teaching profession with particular focus on migrant and/or minority background
(Source: MADGIC Staff)