John McCarthy

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Nov2018
What does the future of work look like? is a nice overview of changes already taking place and of the need for planning training for work and occupations of the future. Which are the 21st Century skills, capabilities, and attributes, that people need for the changing world of ... Read More
November 29, 2018John McCarthy

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Sep2018
Leading career development services into an uncertain future: Ensuring access, integration and innovation The symposium of 2019, organised by Kompetanse Norge/Skills Norway, an agency of the Ministry of Education, will focus on exploring how the world in which individuals are pursuing their careers is changing and how ... Read More
September 26, 2018John McCarthy

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Sep2018
The OECD has recently published a working paper that examines features of good career guidance practice in assisting young people to make informed career choices. It highlights the essential role and importance of employers in helping the career learning of young people - learning about occupations, the world of work, ... Read More
September 11, 2018John McCarthy

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Sep2018
The Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) has produced an excellent policy document on career services for all South African citizens. In a country with rampant unemployment, poverty, and inequality, this DHET publication views career guidance as a policy tool to support the employability of citizens and the sustainable ... Read More
September 11, 2018John McCarthy

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Jun2018
What can behavioural economics propose for better labour market policy interventions to assist newly unemployed persons to regain employment? Some suggestions are quite useful while others are more controversial! Read here! ​One challenge that unemployed persons face is identifying their own transferable skills and seeing such transferable ... Read More
June 26, 2018John McCarthy

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Jun2018
Australia, like many countries, struggles to have a national career system that is modern, fit for purpose, of quality, and provides equality of career support for all citizens, regardless of where in Australia they live. In 2017, the Department of Education and Training engaged a management consultancy firm to research ... Read More
June 26, 2018John McCarthy

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Apr2018
Did we ever imagine the day when we would see robots laying bricks for the construction of buildings? They already have their feet in the auto, electronics, metal product manufacturing, and plastics and chemicals industries, so where will they stop? So which kinds of jobs are we as humans losing? ... Read More
April 1, 2018John McCarthy

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Apr2018
"She was a fishmonger, and sure t'was no wonder, for so were her father and mother before" (Words of a well known Irish song, Molly Malone) So what are the chances of children following in the occupational footsteps of their parents? Read here Is nursing the career of the future for men? Read ... Read More
April 1, 2018John McCarthy

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Apr2018
England, the largest home country of the UK, is not a stranger to policy changes for career guidance provision over the past 20 years, some of which have been better or worse for citizens than the precedent! The most recently launched policy paper 'Making the best of everyone's talents and ... Read More
April 1, 2018John McCarthy

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Apr2018
The 9th International Symposium on Career Development and Public Policy will take place in Tromse, Norway, 17 to 20 June, 2019, under the aegis of SKILLS NORWAY! More details will be announced on this site.
April 1, 2018John McCarthy