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Keywords: Labour Market outcomes; educational investment; career advice
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Abstract:Students’ decisions about their education can be improved by providing them with more information, according to a report by Sandra McNally, which surveys the latest evidence on what advice is on offer and what works. She concludes that while information interventions are not costly, making them effective is not a simple matter.
CentrePiece 22 (2) Summer2017 pages: 19-20
This article summarises ‘How Important is Career Information and Advice?’ by Sandra McNally, a contribution to IZA World of Labor.
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