Introduction Graduates need to develop multiple human capital career creativities if they are to create and sustain careers in the creative industries. This is because creative work is characterised by multiple concurrent roles within portfolio careers that are commonly protean and boundaryless: the former emphasising capital expansion as an output of human capital career creativities where the facilitative skills practices transcend those of a portfolio career; and the latter emphasising work that transcends fields, digital boundaries, economic sector and employment type.
|Title of host publication||Higher Education and the Creative Economy|
|Subtitle of host publication||Beyond the campus|
|Editors||Roberta Cumunian, Abigail Gilmore|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Number of pages||20|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|