The Road Not Taken: Drivers of Course Selection

This report investigates why there are differences in education course choices – and their likely consequences.

This Social Mobility Commission report investigated the drivers of socio-economic differences in post-16 course choices and their likely social mobility consequences. It found that young people from disadvantaged backgrounds – particularly women – are more likely to choose courses with lower earning prospects.

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