Loopbaanperspectieven op werk. Wat we (niet) weten over loopbanen in Vlaanderen
Specific assumptions about career paths, about how transitions influence career success and about the crucial competencies for career management dominate recent labor market thinking. These assumptions form the basis for current labor market policies, both in Flanders and in Europe. Yet, little is known about the validity of these assumptions. In this paper, we identify the main assumptions shaping labor market research and policies. Referring to findings of empirical research, we critically assess five of these assumptions more into detail. Based on this examination, we develop an agenda for future policy related career research.
Volume (Year): LI (2006)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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