Each week, CERIC is on the lookout for the latest reports related to career development. Here are three that we found interesting this week:
New forces are transforming the world of work: Technological development. Climate change. Demographic shifts. Globalization. This report calls for a human-centred agenda for the future of work that strengthens the social contract by placing people and the work they do at the centre of economic and social policy and business practice.
Career-related learning in primary: The role of primary teachers and schools in preparing children for the future (Education and Employers Research, TeachFirst, AKO Foundation)
The findings within this report demonstrate the important role that senior leaders and teachers can play in embedding career-related learning in primary schools. In schools where the concept of career-related learning can be fluid and open to interpretation, the ability of a local senior leader(s) to prioritize and effectively communicate career-related learning activity to others is crucial, the report argues.
Work-focused interventions that promote the labour market transition of young adults with chronic disabling health conditions: a systematic review (BMJ)
This study aims to examine the effectiveness of work-focused interventions that support the labour-market transition of young adults with chronic disabling health conditions and to examine whether the effectiveness of work-focused interventions differ across work transition phase (e.g. preparation, entry and sustaining work, employment advancement) and disability type.
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