The effect of public higher education on the type of fit of its graduates to the labor market
This article seeks to assess the situation of the outputs of public higher education institutions on the Moroccan private labor market in terms of the quality of integration with the level of the diploma acquired. In other words, is this a situation of fit or a mismatch of graduates in the labor market. Our empirical results through multi-level logistic modeling shows that the heterogeneity of public graduates between institutions significantly affects their type of integration into the labor market. Once these individual effects have been controlled, it appears the existence of an establishment effect on the type of suitability or on the quality of integration of graduates into the labor market. Similarly, when we integrate the structure of the training offer from establishments, a moderate establishment effect appears but remains significant which can be illustrated by a network effect or a signal from the university of the labor market, as well as: selectivity, the capacity utilization rate institution and teacher's grade significantly influence the nature of graduates' fit into the labor market.
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