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folder icon Gender Stereotyping of Career Choice Index Folder Exception 24-April-2006 Lucy Marris
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After 30 years of equal opportunities education and training, school leaver destination statistics shows that young people are still following traditional gender stereotyped career choices. This research project undertaken in Scotland sought to examine factors influencing gender stereotyping of the careers preferences of school students in their middle secondary school years.



Gender Stereotyping of Career Choice ExFile 24-April-2006 Lucy Marris
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summary of the research was carried by the Employment Research Institute at Napier University as part of a wider European Social Fund (Objective 3) funded project led by Careers Scotland and other agencies.