2. Noun. The product or result of being employable ¹
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Definition of Employability
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Literary usage of Employability
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1. France by Anne Sonnet (2005)
"Measures for promoting the employability of workers Access to continuous training should be promoted throughout people's working lives. ..."
2. Career Guidance and Public Policy: Bridging the Gap by Richard Sweet (2004)
"The concept of employability also has implications for career guidance if it is to be translated into practical programmes. Closely related to these ..."
3. Human Traffic: Skills, Employers and International Volunteering by Gillian Thomas (2001)
"Skills, employability and the labour market We are a workforce in crisis. Year on year, employers report a greater need for skills. ..."
4. Settling For Less: Student Aspirations And Higher Education Realitiesby Michael Cosser, Jacques Du Toit, Mariette Visser by Michael Cosser, Jacques Du Toit, Mariette Visser (2004)
"Table 36: Factors that would enhance employability, in descending order of frequency Again, there is support for a broad spectrum of factors, ranging from ..."
5. Education Policy Analysis 2003 by OECD Staff, Phillip McKenzie, Donald Hirsch, SourceOECD (Online service) (2003)
"3.3 It enables people to build human capital and employability throughout ... Recent thinking about the concept of employability as a tool of labour market ..."
6. Oecd Territorial Reviews by Oecd (2001)
"The key areas of policy in economic development relate to employment, employability, enterprise and the economic environment. ..."
7. Teaching The Scans Competencies by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"The employability Skills Profile formed the basis for this development. Local school systems that expressed an interest were supplied with the employer ..."