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In-text: (Accornero, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Accornero, A., 2016. Changing Firms, Changing Work: Skills, Careers and Pay. Labour, 4(1), pp.59-96.
In-text: (Amigó and Lloyd, 2020)
Your Bibliography: Amigó, M. and Lloyd, J., 2020. Changing roles and environments in experiential learning. Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning, 11(2), pp.420-434.
In-text: (Danuser and Kendzia, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Danuser, Y. and Kendzia, M., 2019. Technological Advances and the Changing Nature of Work: Deriving a Future Skills Set. Advances in Applied Sociology, 09(10), pp.463-477.
In-text: (Laskowski, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Laskowski, M., 2015. Technical Services for Changing Times: Adjusting our Image, Our Skills, and Our Mission. Library Leadership & Management, 29(4).
In-text: (Lingg, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Lingg, M., 2017. Training for Job-Skill Confidence. Journal of Career Development, 22(4), pp.261-271.
In-text: (Turker and Ozmen, 2021)
Your Bibliography: Turker, D. and Ozmen, Y., 2021. How do social entrepreneurs develop technological innovation?. Social Enterprise Journal, 17(1), pp.63-93.
In-text: (Urlich, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Urlich, N., 2015. Changing Learning Environments for a Changing Workplace. Teachers' Work, 12(1), pp.4-5.
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