Education, Training and Industry
This book’s main concern is to demonstrate the complexity of the social relationships of the labour market. And yet, even given that complexity, we are also committed to exploring the simplistic way in which various Government policies have simulated an understanding of that labour market. We are demonstrating that within the labour market, and within the lives and morality of the people that make up that market, it is not possible to assume that human activity can be turned into labour in an unproblematic way. People cannot be made into the commodity labour in the straightforward way steel can be shaped into cars and blank paper shaped into forms or letters.
KeywordsLabour Market Young People Education System Skilled Labour Skill Shortage
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