Why a social justice informed approach to career guidance matters in the time of coronavirus

Tristram Hooley, Ronald Sultana and Rie Thomsen discuss how the coronavirus is shaping our careers. They argue that governments need to recognise that now is a critical time to support career guidance, because people’s careers are being critically disrupted by the virus. But, they go on to argue, that managing a crisis is not enough. Career guidance also has to help people to understand the way in which politics and power are shaping the post-coronavirus world. In such a situation, we need to be thinking about how we can make the new normal a more just, humane and sustainable world.

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