We would like to invite you to participate in an important study researching how people’s careers are changing across Europe and the different paths people take to develop the knowledge and skills they use at work: how and why you gained qualifications, why you changed jobs or stayed in the same career. The results of the study will feed into a European review of how best to support work-related learning in the light of individuals’ changing patterns of career development. The data may be further analysed to help our understanding of career paths.
If you are willing to help, this will involve:
- Answering some questions online, which may take around 20 minutes to complete, depending on the amount of detail you wish to provide.
- Or, if you prefer, a researcher will contact you by telephone. If you prefer to be contacted by telephone, please contact the research team who will arrange a convenient time for you in which to call you back.
Your identity will be treated in the strictest confidence by the research team and the information you provide will be anonymised.
If you are happy to be involved in the study please continue to the online survey. The survey is available in the following languages:
Contact: Sally-Anne Barnes
|Danish (coming soon)||
Kontact: Morten Smistrup
Contact: Loek Nieuwenhuis
Contact: M’Hamed DiF
Kontakt: Simone Kirpal
Contatto: Massimo Tomassini
Kontakt: Marianne Daehlen
Kontakt: Gavin Rae
Contato: Luisa Veloso
Contact: Magda Balica
Adını iletişim: Murat Cagatay
If you would like to receive more information on the study, or would be happy to be interviewed, by telephone, to talk about your career then please contact:
sally-anne dot barnes at warwick dot ac dot uk (telephone +44 (0)24 76574397).