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|Title:||The Transition from Graduation to Work: Challenges and Strategies in the Twenty-First Century Asia Pacific and Beyond||Contributor(s):||Dhakal, Subas (editor) ; Prikshat, Verma (editor); Nankervis, Alan (editor); Burgess, John (editor)||Publication Date:||2019||DOI:||10.1007/978-981-13-0974-8||Handle Link:||https://hdl.handle.net/1959.11/27878||Abstract:||This book reports on the findings from a research study of vocational and higher education graduates’ employability challenges. The nature and extent of these challenges, their underlying causes, and effective strategies to address the problems in this area are all analysed from a multiple-stakeholder paradigm. The primary focus of the book is on governments; secondary, vocational, and higher education systems; and industry employers - rather than graduates themselves - in order to highlight the policy and strategy implications for governments, industry and educational systems. Readers will acquire comprehensive information on the nature and extent of graduate employability in terms of country-specific challenges, together with a deeper understanding of their complex causes, and the inter-relatedness between governments, educational systems, industry sectors, and potential employers. They will also be provided with a broad range of stakeholder strategies designed to effectively address these challenges within integrated national and regional approaches.||Publication Type:||Book||Publisher:||Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd||Place of Publication:||Singapore, Singapore||ISBN:||9789811309731
|Field of Research (FOR):||150312 Organisational Planning and Management||Socio-Economic Outcome Codes:||930502 Management of Education and Training Systems||HERDC Category Description:||A3 Book - Edited||Extent of Pages:||263||Series Name:||Work, Organization, and Employment|
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