As it is almost the end of the year it is worth looking back and thinking about what I’ve produced this year. So have a look through this stuff and see if there is anything that you’ve missed that you think that you should have checked out.
- Social justice. The start of this year saw the release of Career guidance for Emancipation the second of our edited collections looking at career guidance and social justice. I also collaborated with Vanessa Dodd and Ciaran Burke to validate a scale to measure UK residents perceptions of decent work.
- Technological change. I produced a chapter called Career guidance and the changing world of work for a very interesting book entitled Education and technological unemployment.
- Career guidance in schools. This year (finally) saw the publication of me and David Andrews’ article on Careers leadership in practice: a study of 27 careers leaders in English secondary schools.
- Career guidance in higher education. I worked with Gulnaz Zahid and Siobhan Neary to author an article about career guidance in higher education in Pakistan.
- Quality in career guidance. I produced a report called International approaches to quality in career guidance which looked at how a range of different countries quality assure their career guidance provision.
- Student recruitment and development. I’ve been busy for the Institute of Student Employers conducting research and writing for their Pulse survey, surveys on recruitment and development and paper on apprenticeships.
That’s all folks! Onwards to 2020!