Giving notice to employability
The notion of employability has risen to prominence over the past 20 years, having gained remarkable traction in policy-making, organizational life, and society more generally. The term has become popular as an antipode to the policy goal of ‘full employment’ (Finn, 2000) and the conceptual lynchpin of a new career covenant that claims to supplant long-term organizational career bargains (e.g. Kanter, 1989).
Fighting against all odds: Entrepreneurship education as employability training
‘I have never needed to look for a job. I found my own way.’
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Control and becoming in the neoliberal teaching machine
In the first part of a scathing series of posts for the New Left Project focused on the ‘Big Society’ sham, Emma Dowling writes: