Career Education in the Nordic countries


A new article is now available in the Nordic Journal of Transitions, Careers, and Guidance, titled Career Education in the Nordic Countries: A Comparison of National Legislation and Compulsory School Curricula. This special issue explores career education within Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden. Additionally, it incorporates cross-national perspectives that include Greenland and the Faroe Islands, providing fresh insights into the strengths and weaknesses of the respective systems. The research encompasses career education policies, curriculum, work experience programs, and other relevant aspects within the context of the Nordic education systems.

The article is part of a dedicated collection identified by the hashtag #NordicCareerEd. To access the complete collection, please visit:

The Nordic Journal of Transitions, Careers, and Guidance, in general, publishes articles that center on the individual's relationship with education and work. It takes a broad focus on career transitions and guidance within institutional, social, and policy contexts. For additional compelling articles, please explore their website for a diverse selection of topics and insights. They can also be followed on Facebook