Youth and Career Development
|Create Date||October 11, 2018|
|Last Updated||November 19, 2018|
Topics covered in the literature search include:
- Career engagement in early years, high school and post-secondary
- Navigating school-to-work transitions
- Accessibility and accountability of youth career counselling services in Canada
- Developing career competencies in NEET and barriered youth
- Youth entrepreneurship and career success
- Role of government, business and schools in supporting youth
Youth and Career Development
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Abu Jaber, M. (2017). Why Matchmaking in Youth Employment Programs in Middle East North Africa Aren’t Working. Stanford Social Innovation.
Achola, E.O. (2016). Person-family centered transition planning: Improving post-school outcomes to culturally diverse youth and families. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, vol. 45, no, 2, pp. 173-183.
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Brown, S.D., Lent, R.W. (2004). Career Development and Counseling: Putting Theory and Research to Work. John Wiley & Sons.
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Bynner, J. (2005). Rethinking the Youth Phase of the Life-course: The Case for Emerging Adulthood? Journal of Youth Studies, Volume 8, Issue 4.
Carnevale, A.P., and Landis-Santos, J. (2017). Beyond Career Assessment: Preparing Students for Life After High School. NCDA.
Carter, E.W., Trainor, A.A., Cakiroglu, O. (2009). Exploring School-Employer Partnerships to Expand Career development and Early Work Experiences for Youth with Disabilities. Sage Journal.
Carter, E.W., Trainor, A.A., Cakiroglu, O. (2009). Availability of and Access to Career Development Activities for Transition-Age Youth with Disabilities. Sage Journals.
Cobb, R.B., Alwell, M. (2009). Transition Planning/Coordinating Interventions for Youth with Disabilities. Sage Journals.
Constantine, M.G., Erickson, C.D., Banks, R.W., Timberlake, T.L. (2011). Challenges to the Career Development of Urban Racial and Ethnic Minority Youth: Implications for Vocational Intervention. Counseling and Development Journal of Multicultural. Volume 26, Issue 2.
Couyoumjian, A. (2018). Enhancing the Delivery of Career-Related Information with High Schoolers. NCDA.
Couture, V., Bang, N.M., McCoy Harless, A. (2018). Successful Career Counseling Interventions Used With Students in Poverty: A Preliminary Report. NCDA.
Danzinger, S., & Ratner, D. (2010). Labor market outcomes and the transition to adulthood. Future of Children, 20, 133-158.
Data, N. (2017). Accelerating and learning from innovations in youth employment projects. The World Bank.
Dawes, B., Pearce, N., Reed, L. (2011). How youth get engaged: Grounded-theory research on motivational development in organized youth programs. Developmental Psychology, Vol 47, 259-269.
Deschenes, S., Arbreton, A., Little, P.M., Herrera, C., Grossman, J.B., Weiss, H.B., with Lee, D. (2010). Engaging older youth: Program and city-level strategies to support sustained participation in out-of-school time. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Family Research Project.
Diemer, M.A. (2008). Pathways to Occupational Attainment Among Poor Youth of Colour. The Role of Sociopolitical Development. Sage Journals.
Diemer, M.A. (2007). Parental and school influences upon the career development of poor youth of color. Journal of Vocational Behavior. Volume 70, Issue 3, Pages 502-524.
Diemer, M.A., Blustein, D.L. (2005). Critical consciousness and career development among urban youth. Journal of Vocational Behavior, Volume 68, Issue 2, Pages 220-232.
Dimond-Gibson, C., Finnegan, E., Warfield, K., and Dang, S. R. (2017). Personal and Social Development of Youth. Creative City Network of Canada.
Duehren, A. (2018). Youth Unemployment Hits 52-Year Low. Wall Street Journal.
Eccles, J., & Gootman, J. (2002). Community programs to promote youth development. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.
Edginton, C.R., Kowalski, C.L., Randall, S. W. (2005). Youth Work: Emerging Perspectives in Youth Development. Sagamore Publishing.
Ennis, P. (2018). Leveraging High School Career Advisory Boards to Promote Student Growth. NCDA.
Expert Panel on Youth Employment, (2016). Understanding the Realities Youth Employment in Canada. Government of Canada.
Ferry, N.M. (2006). Factors Influencing Career Choices of Adolescents and Young Adults in Rural Pennsylvania. Journal of Extension, Volume 44, Number 3.
Fryar, G., Jordan, E., and De Vooght, K. (2017). Supporting young people transitioning from foster care: findings from a national survey. Child Trends.
Galvan, A. M. and Negrete, A. (2017). Responding to Students’ Career Development Needs by Promoting Career Literacy. NCDA.
Garman, C. (2014). How to Re-Direct Students When Taking Unrealistic Career Paths. NCDA.
Gathers, L. B. (2015). Career Counseling Interventions with Students with ADHD: A Case Illustration. NCDA.
Gautam, S. (2016). Need of Soft Skills for Undergraduate Urban Youth for Career Development. Journal of Training and Development, Vol. 2.
Gharabaghi, K. (2008). Career development for child and youth. Journal of The International Child and Youth Care Network.
Gilkinson, T. (2016). The Benefits of Global Work Experience for Youth Employability and Career Development. International Experience Canada.
Godden, L. (2015). Youth Unemployment and Localized Impact: A Career Studies Teacher’s Story. Exceptionality Education International, vol. 25, iss. 1/7, 136-157.
Gough, K., Langevang, T., Owusu, G. (2013). Youth employment in a globalizing world. Liverpool University Press.
Harrington, K. (2018). Reclaiming Access to Inquiry-based Science Education (RAISE) for Incarcerated Students: An Investigation of Project-Based Inquiry Science within a Universal Design for Learning Framework in Juvenile Corrections Settings. Community for Advocacy Discovery Research in Education.
Height, J. (2016). Effective ways to support youth into employment. Social Ventures Australia.
Heinrich, C.J., & Holzer, H.J. (2010). Improving education and employment for disadvantaged young men: Proven promising strategies. National Poverty Center.
Hilliard, T. (2011). Fostering careers. Center for Urban Future. Of Home, Family and Future.
Hirsch, B., Hedges, L., Stanwich, J., & Mekinda, M. (2011). After school programs for high school students: An evaluation of After School Matters. Northwestern University.
Hirschi, A. (2009). Career adaptability development in adolescence: Multiple predictors and effect on sense of power and life satisfaction. Journal of Vocational Behavior. Volume 74, Issue 2, Pages 145-155.
Hocker, S. (2014). Improving Students’ Employable Skills Through Effective Communication. NCDA.
Hospital News, (2016). Mentoring program empowers youth to pursue a career in medicine. Hospital News.
Howard, K.A.S., Carlstrom, A.H., Katz, A.D., Chew, A.D., Ray, G.C., Laine, L., Caulum (2010). Career aspirations of youth: Untangling race/ethnicity, SES and gender. Journal of Vocational Behavior, Volume 79, Issue 1, Pages 98-109.
Hughes, K.L., Mechur Karp, M. (2004). School-Based Career Development: A Synthesis of the Literature. NTSC.
Hummel, H.G.K., Boyle, E.A., Einarsdottir, S., Petursdottir, A. (2017). Game-based career learning support for youth: effects of playing the Youth@Work game on career adaptability. Interactive Learning Environments, Volume 26, Issue 6.
Hynes, K., Hirsch, B.J. (2012). Career Programming: Linking Youth to the World of Work: New Directions for Youth. John Wiley & Sons.
Hynes, K., Greene, K.M., and Constance, N. (2012). Helping youth prepare for careers. What can Out-of-School Time Programs Do? Pennsylvania State University.
Hynes, K., Constance, N., Greene, K., Lee, B., and Halabi, S. (2011). Engaging Youth in Career Programming During Out-of-School Time: Lessons for Program Design from a Study of Experienced Out-of-School Time Programs.. Pennsylvania Statewide Afterschool/Youth Development Network.
Ibrahim Shittu, A. (2017). Promoting Youth Entrepreneurship: The Role of Mentoring. IDS Bulletin.
IDRC/CRDI (2016). Putting youth employment at the heart of growth. IDRC/CRDI.
IEL (2018). Supporting Career Development for Ontario Youth with Disabilities. Institute for Educational Leadership.
International Youth Foundation. (2014). Preparing Youth to Succeed: The Importance of Career Guidance. Global Partnership for Youth Employment.
Irwin, M.J., Byun, S-Y., Meece, J.L., and Farmer, T.W. (2012). Educational Barriers of Rural Youth: Relation of Individual and Contextual Difference Variables. Journal of Career Access 20(1): 71-87.
Ismail, Z. (2018). Lessons learned from youth employment programmes in developing countries. K4D.
Ismail, O. (2016). What is in a Job? The Social Context of Youth Employment Issues in Africa. Journal of African Economies, Volume 25, Issue 1, Pages 37-60.
Jarvis, P. (2013). A Perfect Storm Awaits Unprepared Graduates. NCDA
Jetelina, M. (2017). New funding to support career development for Black youth in Ontario. Canadian Immigrant.
Johnson Nicholson, Collins, C., Holmer, H. (2004). Youth as People: the Protective Aspects of Youth Development in After-School Settings. Sage Journals.
Kalenkoski, C.M. (2016). The effects of minimum wages on youth employment and income. IZA World of Labor.
Kashefpakel, E.T., Mann, A., and Schleicher, M. (2016). The impact of career development activities on student attitudes towards school utility: an analysis of data from Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). Education and Employers Research.
Kauh, T. (2011). AfterZone: Outcomes for youth participating in Providence’s citywide after-school system. Philadelphia, PA: Public/Private Ventures.
Khanna, N., MacCormack, J., Kutsyuruba, B., McCart, S., Freeman, J (2014). Critical Factors for Youth Thriving. YMCA of Greater Toronto.
Kitchenham, A. (2017). Career Development Success: Themes Among the Experiences of Young People Formerly in Care. CERIC.
Kolm, J. (2013). Generation Y’s sense of entitlement is partly the result of empty career promises. CBC News.
Krahn, H., Chow, A. (2016). Youth Unemployment and Career Scarring: Social-Psychological Mediating Effects. Canadian Journal of Sociology, 41(2).
Kram, K.E., and Isabella, L.A. (2017). Mentoring Alternatives: The Role of Peer Relationships in Career Development. Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 28, No. 1.
Kumar, K., Jones, D., Naden K., Roberts, C. (2015). Rural and remote young people’s health career decision making within a health workforce development program : a qualitative exploration. Rural and Remote Health 15: 3303.
Kunnen, E.S. (2013). The effects of Career Choice Guidance on Identity Development. Education research International.
Lane, A. (2013). Young people are having to take career decisions too early. The Guardian.
Lang, T. (2017). The Youth Employment Solution: From Universal Healthcare to Universal Employment. Osgood Hall Law Journal, Volume 54, Issue 4.
Maiolo, M.E., Cortini, M., Zuffo, R.G. (2013). Education or Employment? The Challenging Choice of Today’s Youth. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences. Volume 84, Pages 298-302.
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Marimpi, M., Koning, P. (2018). Youth minimum wages and youth employment. Springer Link.
Matthews, S. and Tanzi, A. (2018). Hold the Bubbly, Mr. President: Youth Jobs Are Far From Record. Bloomberg.
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Moore, M. (2014). Helping Students See High School as a Stepping Stone to their Future. NCDA.
Morrow, S.L. (2008). Career Development of Lesbian and Gay Youth. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services. Volume 7, Issue 4.
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