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Pay boost from university degrees declined over 20 years, research shows

University graduates born in 1970 enjoyed a much larger earnings boost than graduates born 20 years later, according to research by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) and Warwic . . .

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3 ways to improve your exam results outside of studying

There is no substitute for studying. However there are some tips outside of studying to help ensure you received better results. Have a look at what Tom Gordon, PhD candidate at Sydney University Physics Education R . . .

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Poorly performing Hong Kong colleges face threat of deregistration

A recent article from the SCMP looks at the work from the Committee on Self-financing Postsecondary Education to strengthen certain aspects of the educational regulatory framework. According to the Chairman & . . .

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Fresh Hong Kong graduates earn a lot less working in Greater Bay Area, study finds

While the average starting salary for graduates is about HK$14,800 in Hong Kong, similar jobs pay a little over a third of that across the border. However, bosses in Guangdong province are more generous in paying . . .

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The uni degrees least likely to land you a job after you graduate

A recent report by the Australia Institute's Centre for Future Work has found that employment conditions have become much more challenging for graduates and that their rates of full-time work are significantly dow . . .

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Pupil background 'should be part of league tables'

More details about pupils' backgrounds should be taken into account when compiling data for secondary school league tables in England, a Bristol University report says. The research claims a fifth of schools woul . . .

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How educational technology can support the 4 C's of learning

The jobs of the future will be the ones that can’t be automated and replaced by computers or robots. These jobs will require creativity, passion, imagination and social and emotional intelligence.  Wit . . .

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Youth parliament - schools must teach more life skills

Recent recommendations from the Welsh Youth Parliament include that “Schools should teach more life skills to avoid producing "A* robots with no knowledge of the real world." The Parliament called for the n . . .

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