In our fast-evolving world and labour markets, career guidance is needed more than ever to help people manage their own career paths and transitions.
This report explores career guidance policies and practices in the light of global challenges. It examines the mega-trends in career guidance – use of information and communication technologies, career-management skills, cooperation and coordination mechanisms, and the role of parents in young people’s career choices. The report also presents a selection of inspiring examples from around the world of how career guidance is changing to meet the 21st century challenges.
- ICT USE IN CAREER-GUIDANCE SYSTEMS
- DEVELOPING CAREER-MANAGEMENT SKILLS
- COORDINATION AND COOPERATION MECHANISM
- THE ROLE OF PARENTS IN YOUNG PEOPLE’S CAREER CHOICES
Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story @ International trends and innovation in career guidance – Volume II. Country case studies | ETF
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