Graduate employment outcomes for qualifying library and records management courses at Curtin University of Technology, 1998-2002
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This paper reports on the results of a survey of graduate destination outcomes for students from librarianship and records management courses at Curtin University of Technology for the period 1998-2002. The coverage of the survey includes the type of work currently being undertaken by graduates, the security of tenure in their position, the level of professionalism in their employment, and their general employment history since completing their qualifying course. Further data records respondents perceptions of the importance of their qualificiation in gaining their current employment, the relationship between the skills acquired during the course and their employment, and their general level of satisfaction with the course. The results of this survey are compared with similar data previously recorded for the graduating classes of 1988-92 and 1993-97.
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