A decade ago the OECD (2014) published its seminal assessment of career guidance and public policy
Since then much has changed in our society. Austerity measures expect career guidance services to be cost-effective , returning more in economic and social benefits than they cost. Here’s a copy of my powerpoint slides designed to introduce some new ideas to help us radically rethink and be much bolder in re-engineering the evidence-base for careers work.
Working lifetimes are becoming 20% longer and the innovation cycle is getting much quicker. Talking with international colleagues and national experts on the ‘value-added proposition’ for 21st Century careers work. Your thoughts and ideas welcome. Happy to share materials.
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