Planning for Uncertainty: The Workforce Ahead
Part of the Perspectives on Children and Young People book series (PCYP, volume 9)
As the 21st century progresses, more people than ever have higher education qualifications. These qualifications are widely seen to be important tools for young people navigating complex global labour markets.
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