Approaches to employment
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Approaches to employment an investigation of graduate destinations : summary findings report by Mike Kelly

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Published by CNAA in London .
Written in English

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A CNAA Development Services Project conducted by the Centre for Educational Development and Training, Manchester Polytechnic.

StatementMike Kelly, Julie Griffith, Michael Dorsman.
ContributionsGriffith, Julie., Dorsman, Michael., Manchester Polytechnic. Centre for Educational Development and Training.
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