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Title: Employers, Young People and Gender Segregation in Wales
Authors: Beck, Vanessa
Fuller, Alison
Unwin, Lorna
First Published: 6-Jun-2005
Publisher: Equality and Human Rights Commission (Previously The Commission for Equality and Human Rights)
Abstract: The EOC is investigating occupational segregation with a focus on five sectors: construction; engineering; plumbing; information technology; and childcare. The investigation also focuses upon apprenticeships because they are the major government funded training route into work for young people. The EOC commissioned a programme of research to support the investigation, and this study presents perspectives on gender segregation from Modern Apprenticeship employers and young people in Wales. The research was conducted between August and October 2004 in two Welsh regions: North Wales and South East Wales. The report explores the findings from a survey of 28 employers who have apprentices and 535 young people in year 11 from four participating schools.
Series/Report no.: Gendered careers and the Modern Apprenticeship;no. 28
Version: Publisher Version
Type: Report
Rights: The copyright and all other intellectual property rights in the report to be reproduced are owned by, or licensed to, the Commission for Equality and Human Rights, known as the Equality and Human Rights Commission (“the EHRC”).
Appears in Collections:Reports, Centre for Labour Market Studies

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