Career development services for Canadian youth: access, adequacy and accountability

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Author: Bell, Donnalee; Bezanson, Lynne

Corporate author:

Canadian Policy Research Networks (CPRN); Canadian Career Development Foundation (CCDF)

Abstract:

This study is part of a larger project of Canadian Policy Research Networks (CPRN), Pathways for Youth to the Labour Market. The purposes of this project include: to better understand the paths that young people take from secondary school to the labour market and the outcomes (employment, earnings, job satisfaction) associated with different paths; to identify institutional and policy structures that appear to support or hinder the ability to find successful pathways. The overall goal is to ensure that more young people are able to find pathways that lead to sustained employment with...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Youth; Pathways; Governance; Employment; Career development

Keywords: Accountability; Transition from education and training to employment; Entry into working life; Career pattern; Career guidance

Geographic subjects: North America; Canada

Published: Ottawa, Ontario: Canadian Policy Research Networks, 2006

Physical description: vi, 42 p.

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http://oaresource.library.carleton.ca/cprn/44474_en.pdf
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Statement of responsibility: Donnalee Bell and Lynne Bezanson

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 86.549

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