This book lifts the veneer of 'employability', to expose serious problems in the way that future workers are trying to manage their employability in the competition for tough-entry jobs in the knowledge economy; in how companies understand their human resource strategies and endeavour to recruit the managers and leaders of the future; and in the government failure to come to terms with the realities of the knowledge-based economy. It shows how some students are playing 'the game' to win a competitive advantage and what really happens in the selection events of leading-edge employers. It will be thought-provoking and controversial reading for those involved in the recruitment of graduates, and those concerned with the way knowledge-based firms recruit and the impact of higher education policy.

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