Master’s graduate 2016 or doctoral graduate 2018, already responded to career survey?

Please respond by 13 Dec and help your university

Aarresaari, a career services network of Finnish universities, conducts surveys on how university graduates are employed.This year’s career monitoring survey is ongoing until 13 December. All 2016 master's graduates and 2018 doctoral graduates have been invited to participate.

The invitation has been sent to you by email, mail or sms. Please respond! The career monitoring survey helps the university ensure that our education and degrees meet the skills needs of working life. The answers also have an effect on the funding from the Ministry of Education and Culture.

Thank you to all respondents!

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