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Graduates' Perceptions of Their Attributes when Making the Transition to Employment and in Managing Their Careers
Little research attention has been given to how graduates perceive their knowledge, skills and other qualities (KSOQs) in their careers, despite significant attention to graduate attributes by universities and employers. The common perception is that graduates complete their degrees, make the transition to employment and become effective professionals in a relatively straight forward manner, facilitated by their graduate attributes. This thesis considers whether graduates understand how todoi:10.25904/1912/3009 fatcat:5nuxos7nkvakbasa5ezlhenufa