In a study by Eurostat, Portugal ranks 19th in the employability of recent graduates, with a percentage of 85.9%, slightly above the European Union average (85.5%). The table is led by Malta (96.7%), followed by the Netherlands (94.8%), Germany (94.3%) and Luxembourg (94.0%). At the bottom of the table, with employment rates below 80% are Spain (77.9%), Croatia (75.2%), Italy (62.8%) and Greece (59.0%).
These data for 2018 show that 85.9% of recent graduates, aged between 20 and 34, who have completed higher education in the previous three years have found employment.
Now that it is easier to come to Portugal to study, with the new legal change resulting from Ordinance No. 111/2019 of 12 April 2019 (you can read more here), enjoy and start your career here.