Culture, Tourism and the Centre for Education Statistics
The High Education / Low Income Paradox: College and University Graduates with Low Earnings, Ontario, 2006
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The assistance of many people was invaluable to the production of this report. Our thanks go to the many individuals at the Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation, the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario and Statistics Canada who reviewed the report and provided feedback and suggestions. Thanks go as well to the Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation and the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario for their funding support. A special thank you is extended to Danielle Baum and Rosemarie Andrews for their help in preparing the manuscript and tables for publication.
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