Each week, CERIC is on the lookout for the latest reports related to career development. Here are four reports that we found interesting this week:
An introduction to intangible assets and investments, their significance and the issues they raise for policymakers, business leaders and other stakeholders
Inventory of lifelong guidance systems and practices (European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training)
The national lifelong guidance systems records provide information about current policy developments and structures pertaining to career guidance, career education and career development in countries of the EU, EEA, EFTA and EU enlargement/accession countries.
Delivering Scotland’s Career Service: A Focus on Career Management Skills (Skills Development Scotland)
Scotland’s all-age career service – delivered by the national skills agency Skills Development Scotland (SDS) – has published a report which highlights evidence of the impact of career management skills to getting into and sustaining work, further or higher education, training or apprenticeships.
Employment in Canada’s construction and maintenance industry is anticipated to grow by 50,200 workers by 2029. When coupled with the anticipated retirement of more than 257,000 construction workers over the same period, the industry will need to recruit more than 307,000 workers over the decade to keep pace with demand, according to the labour market forecast released today by BuildForce Canada.
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