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The predominance of work-based training in young graduates' learning

Publication type
Brooks,R.; Everett,G;. (2008) The predominance of work-based training in young graduates' learning . Journal of Education and Work, 21 (1). pp. 61-73.

Abstract

Graduates' experiences of further education or learning during the first five years after graduation show a strong emphasis on job-based education or training. The majority were content with their work-leisure-education balance.
Publication type:
Article
Theme(s) and sub-theme(s):
Graduate labour market > Employer demand and requirements
Graduate labour market > Workforce planning and development
Authors:
Brooks,R.; Everett,G;
Publication title:
Journal of Education and Work
Official URL:
Reference number:
GLM333
Summary deposited on:
25 Feb 2009
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