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This article looks at the status attainment process of young Hungarian graduates, devoting special attention to the impact of social origin, defi ned as the education and occupation of parents. The authors' estimates show that graduates from high status families enjoy notable advantages in the labour market, even when type of education, fi eld of study, and a range of labour market experience factors are held constant. The greatest wage-premium for coming from a 'good' family is measured fordoi:10.13060/00380288.2007.43.6.03 fatcat:lfbbwabwqba4radwoqzdizrqz4