Employability: An Overview of Concepts and Programmes in the United States
In: Employability: Concepts and Policies: Report 1998
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This chapter was published in: Bernard Gazier (ed.) Employability: Concepts and Policies: Report 1998, Institute for Applied Socio-Economics, pages 244-267, 1999.
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