Find event by date

DataJam WM 2019

Free Informative Research Documents

The Parkside Building, Birmingham City University, 5 Cardigan Street, Birmingham, B4 7BD

 


 

As part of DataJam WM 2019, we have provided you with a number of informative research documents that you can access free of charge.

 

To access the PDF files and web links, simply click the download/visit button under the research titles below.

 


Why are unemployed aged fifty and over less likely to find a job?


> DOWNLOAD <

Unemployment and attitudes to work: asking the ‘right’ question


> DOWNLOAD <

Factors affecting Modern Apprenticeship completion in Scotland


> DOWNLOAD <

Interventions to reduce the impact of unemployment in mental health


> DOWNLOAD <

Adolescent mental health and unemployment over the lifespan


> DOWNLOAD <

Unemployment, Mental Health Worker and Suicide: a Systematic Review


> DOWNLOAD <

Emerging adults not in education, employment or training (NEET)


> DOWNLOAD <

Conditionality, activation and psychology in UK government programmes


> DOWNLOAD <

Discrimination due to unemployment and mental health problems


> DOWNLOAD <

Equality of opportunity for work experience? Computing students “play
the game”


> DOWNLOAD <

Enhancing employability – Prepared for the G20 Employment Working Group


> DOWNLOAD <

Ethnicity, Gender and Household Effects on Becoming NEET: An Intersectional Analysis


> DOWNLOAD <

A Capability Approach to Unemployed Young People’s Voice and Agency & Employment Policies


> DOWNLOAD <

Employability among the long-term unemployed: A futile quest or worth the effort?


> DOWNLOAD <


 

Online Resources…

Please click on a link to open the research web page in a new browser window.
(*PLEASE NOTE THAT THE LINKS YOU CLICK WILL OPEN A NEW BROWSER WINDOW AND HAVE NO ASSOCIATION WITH THE DATAJAM WM 2019 WEBSITE).


How has the Internet improved the way we find and apply for jobs?


> VISIT <

How social media has changed the way we look for work


> VISIT <

Employers Cannot Fill Jobs And There Is No Easy Solution


> VISIT <

The 7 Transferable Skills To Help You Change Careers


> VISIT <

These Are the Hardest Jobs to Fill Right Now


> VISIT <

Digital Job Search tools for those at a disadvantage


> VISIT <

The U.S. has 6.7 million job openings. Why aren’t they being filled?


> VISIT <

It’s Not the Skills Gap: Why So Many Jobs Are Going Unfilled


> VISIT <

How the jobs market for young people has changed since 2010


> VISIT <

Employability Skills: The Skills You Need to Get a Job


> VISIT <

National LGBT Survey: Employability Summary Report


> VISIT <