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Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education 2016/17 - Importance to employer - Q16

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Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education 2016/17

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Importance to employer - Q16


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Typefield
Short nameEMPIMP
Description

This data item describes the factors that the HE leaver thought were important to their employer in getting the job they were doing on the census date.

Applicable toEngland Northern Ireland Scotland Wales
Coverage

All HE leavers where Student.ALLACT is coded 1 or 2 and Employment.QUALREQ is coded 11 or 12.

QuestionQ16. As far as you are aware, what was most important to your employer about your qualification?
Valid entries and labels
CodeLabel
1The subject(s) studied
2The level of study
4Sandwich/work experience (gained as part of my course)
5No one thing was most important
8Don't know
Notes

Only one box ticked by the HE leaver can be coded. Should the HE leaver tick more than one box, code the one nearest the top of the list as ordered in the valid entries.

The information captured relates to what the HE leaver considers to be their MAIN job.

A response to the question is expected if the following codes were used for Q1 (Student.ALLACT): 1 'Working full-time' or 2 'Working part-time' and Q14 (Employment.QUALREQ): 11 'Yes: the qualification was a formal requirement' or 12 'Yes: while the qualification was not a formal requirement it did give me an advantage'.

Question

Q16. As far as you are aware, what was most important to your employer about your qualification?

Required for valid responseNo
To be asked of third partyNo
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Part of
Field length1
Minimum occurrences0
Maximum occurrences1
Schema components
Element: EMPIMP
OwnerHESA
Version1.0
Change management notesQuestion number has been renumbered as a result of the addition of Employemtnt.NHSORG in line with the 2016/17 Notification of changes.

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