Unemployment rate of doctorate degree holders after 3 years of graduation in Canada from 2000 to 2010

Canada - unemployment rate of doctorate graduates 2000-2010 The statistic shows the unemployment rate of doctor's degree graduates in Canada from graduation year 2000 to 2010. 5 percent of those who graduated in 2009/2010 with a doctor's degree in Canada were unemployed three years after graduation.
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Year of graduationShare of doctorate graduates unemployed
20006%
20056%
20105%
Year of graduationShare of doctorate graduates unemployed
20006%
20056%
20105%
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The statistic shows the unemployment rate of doctor's degree graduates in Canada from graduation year 2000 to 2010. 5 percent of those who graduated in 2009/2010 with a doctor's degree in Canada were unemployed three years after graduation.
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Release date
December 2014
Region
Canada
Survey time period
2002-2013
Supplementary notes
Data does not include graduates who pursued further education after their graduation. The 2009-2010 survey was conducted three years after graduation, whereas previous National Graduate Surveys were conducted two years after graduation.

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