Literature review on current recruitment challenges and skills needs for the creative and cultural sectors

Why is systemic change so hard to achieve in our sector?

Gemma Colley

Why is systemic change so hard to achieve in our sector?

Posted in Industry

Creative and cultural skills have reviewed over 100 papers, reports and data sets from all 4 nations in the UK, to understand how the recruitment challenges and skills needs in our sector have changed since we published ‘Building a Creative Nation’ in 2018.

You can read the report and find out more about this and their findings here: Why is systemic change so hard to achieve in our sector? – Creative and Cultural Skills (ccskills.org.uk)

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