Date: 9th November 2016
Time: 12.30-17.30, Lunch and refreshments provided
Venue: Wolfson Research Exchange Seminar Rooms 1 and 2, University of Warwick
The increase in the proportion of graduates working outside traditional areas of graduate employment, changes in technology and the labour market, and the shift in the definitions of skill towards encompassing interpersonal abilities, have redefined the concept of ‘graduate’ jobs. Two leading graduate job classifications are the Purcell and Elias (2013) and the Green and Henseke (2014) approaches – but how do they differ? This seminar provides a unique opportunity for expert discussion of the developments in graduate job classifications and their contributions to understanding the recent changes in the graduate labour market.
Professor Kate Purcell and Professor Peter Elias, Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick
Professor Francis Green and Dr Golo Henseke, LLAKES and the Centre for Global and Higher Education, Institute of Education, University College London
Keynote: Dr Charlie Ball, Head of Higher Education Intelligence, Graduate Prospects
|12.30 – 13.30||Registration and lunch|
|13.30 – 13.40||Introduction|
|13.40 – 14.40||Presentation of the Purcell and Elias (2013) and the Green and Henseke (2014) classifications (30 mins each)|
|14.40 – 14.50||Break|
|14.50 – 15.50||Discussion and evaluation of the classifications|
|15.50 – 16.10||Refreshments|
|16.10 – 17.00||Keynote address & discussion: Taking stock and setting the research agenda|
|17.00 – 17.30||Wine reception|
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This expert seminar is free to attend but places are limited. Registration is now closed.
Contact Daria Luchinskaya at d dot luchinskaya at warwick dot ac dot uk for any queries or further information.
This event is generously funded by the Institute of Advanced Study, the Faculty of Social Sciences Research Forum, and the Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick.