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An overview of the current policy and conceptual landscape of graduate employability

An overview of the current policy and conceptual landscape of graduate employability
An overview of the current policy and conceptual landscape of graduate employability
1-15
Routledge
Tomlinson, Michael
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Tran, Nghia
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Tran, Nghia
Pham, Thanh
Tomlinson, Michael
Medica, Karen
Thompson, Christopher
Tomlinson, Michael
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Tran, Nghia
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Tran, Nghia
Pham, Thanh
Tomlinson, Michael
Medica, Karen
Thompson, Christopher

Tomlinson, Michael and Tran, Nghia (2020) An overview of the current policy and conceptual landscape of graduate employability. In, Tran, Nghia, Pham, Thanh, Tomlinson, Michael, Medica, Karen and Thompson, Christopher (eds.) Developing and Utilizing Employability Capitals: Graduates’ Strategies across Labour Markets. (HASH(0xd422158)) Routledge, pp. 1-15.

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Published date: 1 February 2020

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Local EPrints ID: 437825
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/437825
PURE UUID: 8bf7f943-0d28-470a-82ab-687f0a06a9d8
ORCID for Michael Tomlinson: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-1057-5188

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Author: Nghia Tran
Editor: Nghia Tran
Editor: Thanh Pham
Editor: Michael Tomlinson
Editor: Karen Medica
Editor: Christopher Thompson

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