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  • Pathways to knowledge work 10 March 2003

    By Mark Cully

    This study based on analysis of Census data in 1986 and 2000, looks at how the occupational… Show more

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  • A stocktake of the Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth 15 October 2010

    By Alfred Michael Dockery, Alison Anlezark, Mark Cully, Nhi Nguyen

    This paper assesses the fitness-for-purpose of the existing Longitudinal Surveys of Australian… Show more

  • The demand for training 27 February 2009

    By Tom Karmel, Mark Cully

    This paper was presented at the Skills Australia, Academy of Social Sciences seminar in Sydney in… Show more

  • The linkage between tertiary education and the labour market in Australia is examined in this paper … Show more

  • Using Australia as an example, this paper shows that globalisation poses distinct challenges for… Show more

  • Australia's technical and vocational education and training (TVET) system is highly reliant on… Show more

  • Training and skills in the electrical and communications… 18 May 2006

    By Kirsty Woyzbun, John Saunders, Alison Anlezark, Phil Loveder, Mark Cully, Wendy Perry

    This study, undertaken for the National Electrical and Communications Association, profiles the… Show more

  • Two well-established findings about employer-provided training form the backdrop to this research.… Show more

  • This study focuses on the general question of the value of vocational qualifications to employers… Show more

  • This presentation was made at the national conference of the National Association of Graduate… Show more

  • Reasons for new apprentices' non-completions 7 November 2001

    By Mark Cully, Richard Curtain

    This report investigates the reasons why apprentices and trainees do not complete their contracts… Show more