Thursday, June 22, 2017

Skills

Meeting Equity Targets: Are There Enough Graduates

Several sectors have expressed concern that the higher education sector may not be offering a… Read More

A Review of Labour Markets in South Africa: Career Guidance and Employment Services

School-to-work transition, in a broader sense, is a comprehensive approach to educational programme development that… Read More

Potential Attrition in Education: Impact of Job Satisfaction, Morale, Workload and HIV/AIDS

Any analysis of teacher attrition must assess workplace and labour market considerations. For example, dissatisfaction… Read More

Educator Supply and Demand in the South African Public Education System: Integrated Report

The Education Labour Relations Council (ELRC) commissioned a study on the supply of and demand… Read More

Expectations of the Unemployed in South Africa: An Education System Perspective

South Africa re-entered the world economy after 1994 with several disadvantages, of which an exceptionally… Read More

Inequalities in Higher Education and the Structure of the Labour Market

“Moleke examines the inequities in higher education in South Africa and their consequences for the… Read More

Medical Practitioners and Nurses

Hall and Erasmus explore whether South Africa has enough medical practitioners and nurses to provide… Read More

ICT Skills at the Intermediate Level in South Africa: Insights into Private Provision and Labour Market Demand

Human capital in the ICT sector has become a key policy issue for innovation and… Read More

Engineers and Technicians

Steyn and Daniels evaluate the labour market for engineers and technicians, looking at two key… Read More