Which countries have the highest graduate employment rates in Europe

Malta has the highest graduate employment rate across Europe, with a whopping 93.4% of recent graduates employed latest Savoy Stewart data show.

In second place is Germany with graduate employment at 92.7%. Clinching third and fourth are the Netherlands at 91.9% and Iceland with an equally impressive 91.5%.

Making the top ten countries with the highest graduate employment rates include Norway – 90.5%, Luxembourg – 89.4%, Austria – 89%, Sweden – 88.7%, Switzerland – 87.9%, Czechia – 87.3%.

The European country with the worst employment rates for graduates is North Macedonia – a shockingly low 57.2%.

Following North Macedonia is Turkey with 57.8%. Also battling economic issues, Italy and Greece follow with 58.7% and 59.4%, respectively.

Other European countries with low graduate employment rates include Montenegro – 65.4%, Serbia – 66.5%, France – 75.7%, Croatia – 75.8% and Romania – 76.1%.

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