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DZHW Graduate Panel 2005
Survey Period:
Jan 1, 2006 - Jun 7, 2016
Waves:
6
Survey Data Type:
Quantitative Data
Data available in:
German, English
DOI:
10.21249/DZHW:gra2005:2.0.1
Published at:
Jan 11, 2021
Version:
2.0.1 (current)
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DZHW Graduate Panel 2005 - first wave (Bachelor) 

Details

Serial Number:
1
Population:

Higher education graduates with a bachelor's degree, who completed their first professionally recognised degree in the winter semester of 2004-05 or in the summer semester of 2005 at a state approved institution of higher education in the Federal Republic of Germany (with the exception of graduates of German Armed Forces universities, technical universities of administration, vocational academies and distance learning universities)

Survey Unit:
College Graduates 
Survey Data Type:
Quantitative Data 
Sampling Procedure:
Non-probability Sample: Purposive Sample 
Survey Method:
Standardised self-administered survey 
Field Period:
Jan 1, 2006 - May 18, 2007
Net Sample Size:
n = 1,622
Annotations:

The gross sample
from the first survey wave contains ca 47.800 cases. It is not possible to reconstruct how many of these cases were graduates of traditional courses of study or Bachelor graduates.

Geographic Coverage:
Germany

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Question 2.1: Questionnaire of the DZHW Graduate Panel 2005 (first wave) 
Question Type: Grid 
Please enter all further academic qualifications which you have begun, completed, discontinued (or intend to begin) in the following tableau! 
Question 2.2: Questionnaire of the DZHW Graduate Panel 2005 (first wave) 
Question Type: Item Set 
How important are/were the following motives for your further studies/PhD? 
Question 3.1: Questionnaire of the DZHW Graduate Panel 2005 (first wave) 
Question Type: Single Choice 
Is a practical training phase subsequent to your studies intended for your course of study (integral part of your training e.g. traineeship, internship in a church (Vikariat), work placement)? 
Question 3.2: Questionnaire of the DZHW Graduate Panel 2005 (first wave) 
Question Type: Single Choice 
Did you experience waiting time? 
Question 3.3: Questionnaire of the DZHW Graduate Panel 2005 (first wave) 
Question Type: Item Set 
What experiences have you had (so far) during your training/internship? 
Question 3.4: Questionnaire of the DZHW Graduate Panel 2005 (first wave) 
Question Type: Single Choice 
Based on your experience (so far), how do you assess the second phase of your training as a whole? 
Question 3.5: Questionnaire of the DZHW Graduate Panel 2005 (first wave) 
Question Type: Single Choice 
How do you assess the duration of the second training phase/the internship? 
Question 4.1: Questionnaire of the DZHW Graduate Panel 2005 (first wave) 
Question Type: Single Choice 
When did you begin to make serious efforts to find a position (also traineeship in school/law firm (Referendariat), internship in church, etc.) for after your studies? 
Question 4.2: Questionnaire of the DZHW Graduate Panel 2005 (first wave) 
Question Type: Grid 
4.2 How many firms/institutions have you applied to? How many times were you invited to interviews and how many job offers have you received? 
Question 4.3: Questionnaire of the DZHW Graduate Panel 2005 (first wave) 
Question Type: Multiple Choice 
What difficulties have you encountered during your job search so far (regardless of its success)? 
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