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Basic information and communication technology skills among Canadian immigrants and non-immigrants

Male immigrants are observed to be disproportionately employed in ICT information and communication technology (ICT)…

Work-readiness integrated competence model: Conceptualisation and scale development

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to conceptualise graduate work-readiness (GWR) and to develop…

Work-integrated learning in science, technology, engineering and mathematics: Drivers of innovation for students

Internationally, innovation represents the lifeblood of modern economies. In particular, there is growing recognition of…

Work-integrated learning and professional accreditation policies: An environmental health higher education perspective

The introduction of a new work-integrated learning (WIL) policy for university environmental health education programs…

Work and working in a changing world

Recent years have witnessed far reaching changes being made to the nature and organization of…

Work placements at 14-15 years and employability skills

Purpose: In the UK, concern frequently has been voiced that young people lack appropriate employability…

Why artificial intelligence will not outsmart complex knowledge work

The potential role of artificial intelligence in improving organisations' performance and productivity has been promoted…

Vertical, horizontal and residual skills mismatch in the Australian graduate labour market

Studies of the Australian graduate labour market have found a substantial incidence of, and significant…