jointly published by Cedefop, the European Commission, European Training Foundation, International Labor Organisation, OECD and UNESCO explaining the unprecedented importance of career guidance and what makes for effective practice.
(December 2020) The results of an international survey of career guidance policy officials and practitioners exploring the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Wage premiums at age 26 linked to teenage social networks and participation in school-managed career talks wherein premiums are greatest for (typically more disadvantaged) young people who do not anybody who will help them get a job when they leave school.
Drawing on PISA data to illustrate how teenage career aspirations are distorted by gender, socio-economic background and migrant status
The OECD gratefully acknowledges the support of our partners in this work: the JPMorgan Chase Foundation, the Jacobs Foundation (Switzerland) and the National Center on Education and the Economy (United States).