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|Title: ||Graduate employability: A critical oversight|
|Authors: ||Rothwell, Andrew T.|
Rothwell, Frances M.
|Issue Date: ||2017|
|Publisher: ||Palgrave Macmillan UK|
|Citation: ||ROTHWELL, A.T. and ROTHWELL, F., 2017. Graduate employability: A critical oversight. IN: Tomlinson, M. and Holmes, L. (eds.) Graduate Employability in Context: Theory, Research and Debate, work address, London: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 41-64.|
|Abstract: ||This chapter considers what is meant by employability, provides an overview of the main dimensions, and critically examines whether the attention given to graduate employability in particular has delivered its potential policy, educational, business and individual outcomes in the context of a complex economic situation. The term is used widely and loosely, and has been the focus of a rapidly expanding body of literature. Consequently, we begin by offering some definitions of employability then clarify this in four broad categories. Two of these are contextual: employment policy, principally at national level; and the notion of employability as a human resources management strategy. A further two are considered in much more detail first, employability in the higher education (HE) context both in terms of HE policy and the HE curriculum. As the last of the four categories we focus on the individual perspective: self-perceived employability, or how individual graduates can make an evaluation of their own career potential going forward.|
|Description: ||This book chapter is in closed access until 31st October 2019.|
|Version: ||Submitted for publication|
|Publisher Link: ||http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-57168-7|
|Appears in Collections:||Closed Access (Business School)|
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