Issue 44 of the NICEC journal now out!

The new issue of the NICEC journal is now out. It looks really interesting and contains the following articles.

  • Editorial: Overview and introduction | Covid-19, career guidance and the importance of decent work – Fiona Christie, Eileen Cunningham, and Kath Houston ARTICLES
  • Trade unions and career services: Potential partners for promoting social justice at work – Peter J. Robertson, Nick Cimini, Jouke Post, and James Corry
  • Change it up, change the system! Exploring career development learning and social justice through action research – Anne Delauzun
  • ‘He who is silent is taken to agree’: University careers services and the problem of unpaid graduate internships – Helen Buzdugan
  • Place-Identity in boundaryless careers: Narratives of medical students from lower socio-economic class backgrounds – Emily Róisín Reid
  • Maintaining the promise without killing the dream: Developing resilience for future ‘graduate’ careers – Tracy Scurry, Ciaran Burke, John Blenkinsopp, and Ann Smart
  • Responding to career uncertainty: Applying a dual-empathy’ approach to career development using corporate strategy theory – Naeema Pasha
  • Revisiting the CareerEDGE model of graduate employability – Lorraine Dacre Pool
  • Expectation and interaction: Student and employer approaches to university careers fairs – Jodie Boyd and Stephen Boyd

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