Interesting findings in Project (7.27)
it's the third week of my first Laidlaw Project: The Determinants of Student Satisfaction in the UK Higher Education
Today's interesting finding:
Lenton P.(2015): A simple correlation between these two variables revealed that counter to our initial intuition, there is no significant correlation between the proportion of first-class degrees and the proportion in employment/further study; we consider this may be due to our HESA employment measure reflecting all types of employment rather than only graduate jobs.
reference: Lenton P.(2015) ‘Determining student satisfaction: An economic analysis of the National Student Survey’ Economics of Education Review 47 p.118–127. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.econedurev.2015.05.001 (Accessed: July 13th)