How are graduates of Philippine higher education institutions (HEIs) doing after graduation? Do the knowledge and skills they learned in college made them employable? Are their jobs relevant to their degrees? How did their college experience influence their socio-political participation and life satisfaction?

This infographic, which is based on the results of a graduate tracer survey conducted by the Philippine Institute for Development Studies and the Commission on Higher Education, shows the relationship between college experience and post-college life including labor market and socio-political participation. It also outlines some issues and recommendations for the higher education sector.

This infographic is based on PIDS  Discussion Paper titled “Philippine Graduate Tracer Study 4” written by Melba V. Tutor (consultant), Aniceto C. Orbeta Jr. (senior research fellow), and James Matthew Miraflor (consultant).

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