CareerWise is always on the lookout for the latest reports related to career development. Here are three reports that we found interesting this week.
The digital transformation in work and education prompted by COVID-19 has not been evenly experienced by all Canadians. This report examines the key components of Canada’s essential digital infrastructure system, highlights worrying inequalities that exist within this system and offers recommendations on how to quickly reduce some of the most glaring obstacles.
Examining responses to past economic downturns and recessions, both in Australia and internationally, this paper discusses the role of vocational education and training (VET) in mitigating the effects of economic downturns on young people and helping them move into employment. Vocational pathways in school, quality career guidance and work-based training are found to be critical to youth employability, especially for disadvantaged young people.
Career Pathways for Visible Minority Newcomer Women (CPVMNW) Pilot Project: Implementation Report (SRDC)
This interim report presents implementation findings for the first year of the CPVMNW Pilot project. It explores challenges faced in implementing the models, summarizes the characteristics of the women who have participated, and describes what has worked well, challenges and some early thoughts on how the interventions can be improved.