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Higher education, geographical mobility and early-career earnings

Higher education, geographical mobility and early-career earnings

Analysis of the impact of geographical mobility on the earnings returns to higher education by different background characteristics.

Applies to England

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London calling? HE, geographical mobility and early-career earnings

https://ifs.org.uk/publications/15622

Appendix data tables

MS Excel Spreadsheet, 38KB

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This research uses the longitudinal education outcomes (LEO) dataset to compare the early career earnings of similar people that do and do not attend higher education and the effect that geographical mobility has on these returns.

This is the sixth report in a series of research publications. The previous reports are:

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