The labour market demand for the employability skills and knowledge of Sapienza graduates can now be analysed through the new administrative archive, UNI.CO, which was built by merging the Sapienza University of Rome archives with those of the Italian Mini stry of Labour. Different types of graduate integration into the subordinate and para-subordinate labour market are identified, and variables for the integration into job positions are defined in coherence with the university career path. In this study, we propose some variables which can influence the probability of “job success” in terms of Sapienza graduates best employment status. The evolution of the job contract type, actual job duration and professional qualifications, is studied through a longitudinal analysis based on new specific synthesis indicators
Alleva, A., & Petrarca, F. (2013). New Indicators for investigating the integration of Sapienza graduates into the labour market.