By Jim Allen, Yuki Inenaga, Rolf van der Velden, Keiichi Yoshimoto
This booklet investigates how social and cultural components have an effect on the schooling, education and profession improvement of graduates of upper schooling in Japan and the Netherlands. regardless of their diversified ancient paths, either nations are actually topic to the typical strain of globalization. accordingly, the better schooling quarter in either international locations is turning into extra common and to be had to a bigger inhabitants, and the economic system and society have gotten more and more knowledge-intensive. the purpose of this booklet is to discover how Dutch and jap graduates decide upon and strengthen their careers in connection with the above-mentioned demanding situations. it truly is in accordance with a distinct information set which includes surveys held between graduates three and eight years after leaving greater education.
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Competencies, Higher Education and Career in Japan and the Netherlands by Jim Allen, Yuki Inenaga, Rolf van der Velden, Keiichi Yoshimoto