The SAGE Handbook of Graduate Employability

Tania Broadley (Editor), Yuzhuo Cai (Editor), Miriam Firth (Editor), Emma Hunt (Editor), John Neugebauer (Editor)

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Abstract

This Handbook brings together the latest research on graduate employability into one authoritative volume. Dedicated parts guide readers through topics, key issues and debates relating to delivering, facilitating, achieving and evaluating graduate employability. Chapters offer critical and reflective positions, providing examples of a range of student and graduate destinations, and cover a wide range of topics from employability development, to discipline differences, gender, race and inclusion issues, entrepreneurialism, and beyond.

Showcasing positions and voices from diverse communities, industries, political spheres and cultural landscape, this book will support the research of students, researchers and practitioners across a broad range of social science areas.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationUnited Kingdom
PublisherSAGE Publications Ltd
Number of pages624
ISBN (Print)9781529771848
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2022

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