Research Into How Post-16 Choices Are Made

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Ahead of the publication of its Careers Strategy, the DfE published a research report by careers ‘expert’ Dr Deidre Hughes looking at how young people, aged 16-19, make career choices, finding that most turn to parents, teachers and friends although work experience, provider websites and institutional visits were also valued. The DfE also published a report which looks at how data and tools are used to make career decisions.