Inequality Worsens Graduate Unemployment
Ooi Teik Khim, Economist, Political Studies for Change (KPRU) | Adli Amirullah, Coordinator of the Economic and Business Unit, IDEAS
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A new study finds that graduates from poor families and low-income states are more likely to be unemployed that their peers from rich families and high-income states.
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