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We have now stopped producing the IER Bulletin, but archived copies are still available to download. For updates on IER research and key findings please sign up to the monthly IER newsletter.

The IER Bulletins provide a summary of findings from research projects or programmes, covering the full range of the IER's work.

  • The Intra-European mobility of graduates educated in UK Higher Education institutions (No.105)

  • Impacts of migrant labour on 'low skilled' work in the construction and accommodation and food services sectors (No.104)
  • Localisation of welfare to work and the implications for evaluation of performance (No.103)
  • Volunteering in Later Life: Perspectives of voluntary organisations (No.102)
  • Welfare to work reforms and the experiences of City Strategy (No.101)
  • Working Futures 2010-2020 (No.100)
  • Adult career progression & advancement: A five year study of the effectiveness of career guidance (No.99)
  • Defining Occupations: Recent Research at IER (No.98)
  • Changing patterns of working, learning and development across Europe (No.97)
  • Maximising apprenticeship completion rates (No.96)
  • Developing higher skills at work (No.95)
  • Anticipating skills needs in Europe: issues and implications (No.94)
  • The educational experiences of students: plans, aspirations and realities (No.93)
  • Labour migration in regional and local economies: challenges and impacts (No.92)
  • Impact of the recession and the longer term demand for skills (No.91)
  • Navigating the labour market and the role of careers guidance (No.90)
  • Preparing for World Class Careers Education and Guidance in Secondary Schools:
    Scoping provision in Kent and Medway (No.89)
  • What obligations determine the provision of care to the elderly, and are they adequate? (No.88)
  • Developing career trajectories: Researching effective guidance two years on (No.87)
  • Winners and losers in the labour market (No.86)
  • Anticipating Europe's skill needs (No.85)
  • Researching effective career guidance: one year on (No.84)
  • Migrant workers: key issues and challenges for skills and learning (No.83)
  • Skills and the prospects for growing new medical technology businesses (No.82)
  • Working Futures 2004-2014 (No.81)
  • Workless couples and partners of benefit claimants: a review of the evidence (No.80)
  • Identifying the Penalties in Pay Associated with Motherhood - a European comparative analysis (No.79)
  • What is effective career guidance? Evidence from longitudinal case studies in England (No.78)
  • The National Guidance Research Forum Website: Bringing Career Guidance Research and Practice closer together (No.77)
  • Breaking down spatial barriers (No.76)
  • 'Wealth rich but income poor'? (No.75)
  • Citizenship, responsibility and community (No.74)
  • Working Futures: New Projections of Occupational Employment by Sector and Region (No. 73)
  • A Balancing Act: artists' labour markets and the tax and benefit systems (No. 72)
  • Women in science, engineering and technology (No.71)
  • Area cost adjustments for the public sector (No.70)
  • Skill shortages, vacancies and local unemployment (No.69)
  • Women and the Labour Market (No.68)
  • Dropping Out: The Causes and Consequences of Withdrawal from Higher Education (No.67)
  • Investors in People in Shropshire (No.66)
  • The Youth Labour Market in Cumbria (No.65)
  • The Transition from School to Work in England (No.64)
  • Work Life Balance in Britain (No.63)
  • Researching the New Deal (No.62)
  • New Career Pathways for Industrial Supervisors in the UK, France and Germany (No.61)
  • Projections of Occupations and Qualifications (No.60)
  • Supporting Learning while Working of Health Care Professionals (No.59)
  • Self-directed Learning at Work (No.58)
  • Do we need more skills? (No.57)
  • Active Employment Policies and the Labour Market Integration of Disabled People in Great Britain (No.56)
  • The Extents, Causes and Implications of Skills Deficiencies (No.55)
  • Projections of Occupations and Qualifications (No.54)
  • Professional Development, Business Restructuring and the Knowledge-Based Economy (No.53)
  • Poor Skills at Regional and Local Level (No.52)
  • Minority ethnic groups and access to jobs (No.51)
  • Choices of Young People Age 16 (No.50)
  • New Deal for Long-term Unemployed and Employers (No.49)
  • Workplace Injuries and Employment: studying the links (No.48)
  • Population Ageing and Labour Force Potential (No.47)
  • Intermediate Labour Markets (No.46)
  • Labour Market Assessment 1998/99 (No.45)
  • Exploring Long Distance Weekly Commuting (No.44)
  • Evaluating Programmes to Combat Disadvantage (No.43)
  • Low Wage Employment (No.42)
  • The Market for Job Placements in Great Britain (No.41)
  • Labour Market Assessment 1997/98 (No.40)
  • Measuring Unemployment (No.39)
  • Training and Careers (No.38)
  • Labour force Re-structuring Within UK Food Retailing (No.37)
  • Sectoral Issues in Achieving National Targets for Education and Training (No.36)
  • Employment Constraints and Opportunities for Rural Areas (No.35)
  • Prospects for the Highly Qualified (No.34)
  • Labour Market Assessment 1996/97 (No.33)
  • Women's Employment: Emerging Trends (No.32)
  • Recruitment of Unemployed People (No.31)
  • Employment in Europe (No.30)
  • Where are the Highly Qualified? (No.29)
  • Occupational Assessment 1995 (No.28)
  • Individual's Skills Progression (No.27)
  • Dual Careers Households (No.26)
  • The Regional Assessment, 1993-2001 (No.25)
  • Labour Market Information Management (No.24)
  • Occupational Assessment 1993-2001 (No.23)
  • Recent Research into Employers Recruitment (No.22)
  • Costs and Benefits of Training in Europe (No.21)
  • Recent Research on Job-Related Training (No.20)
  • Local Labour Market Forecasting (No.19)
  • The Incidence of Disability (No.18)
  • The Single European Market for Social Dimension (No.17)
  • Local Labour Market Information (No.16)
  • Occupational Assessment - Plus Update - (No.15)
  • Skills and Dynamic Performance (No.14)
  • The Labour Market Prospects for Older Workers (No.13)
  • Regional Employment Prospects (No.12)
  • Occupational Prospects to the Year 2000 (No.11)
  • Employment in the Single European Market (No.10)
  • The Small Firms Sector: Employment Trends in the UK Small Firms Sector (No.9)
  • Prospects for Occupational Employment 1990-2000 (No.8)
  • Regional Employment Prospects to the Year 2000 (No.7)
  • Local Labour Markets: Recent Research Developments (No.6)
  • Engineering Occupations: Prospects to the Year 2000 (No.5)
  • Highly Qualified Persons (No.4)
  • Occupational Studies: a Detailed Analysis of Developments in Nine Occupational Groups (No.3)
  • Occupational Assessment 1988/89 (No.2)
  • Prospects for Occupational Employment 1987/95 (No.1)