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Refitting Vacancy for the Creative Industry. / Geraedts, Rob P.; Remøy, Hilde; van der Hoek, A.

In: Boss Magazine, No. 59, 06.2017, p. 16-17.

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Geraedts, RP, Remøy, H & van der Hoek, A 2017, 'Refitting Vacancy for the Creative Industry' Boss Magazine, no. 59, pp. 16-17.

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Geraedts, R. P., Remøy, H., & van der Hoek, A. (2017). Refitting Vacancy for the Creative Industry. Boss Magazine, (59), 16-17.

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Geraedts RP, Remøy H, van der Hoek A. Refitting Vacancy for the Creative Industry. Boss Magazine. 2017 Jun;(59):16-17.

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Geraedts, Rob P. ; Remøy, Hilde ; van der Hoek, A. / Refitting Vacancy for the Creative Industry. In: Boss Magazine. 2017 ; No. 59. pp. 16-17.

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