Part I - Introduction.- Chapter 1. Leveraging diversity to promote successful transition from education to work.- Part II. The Demand for Cultural and Social Diversity.- Chapter 2. Cultural and Social Diversity in the United States: A Compelling National Interest.- Chapter 3. Perceptions of the Demand for Cultural Diversity in the Omani Workplace and Its Availability among Secondary School Students.- Chapter 4. Cultural diversity and the school-to-work transition: a relational perspective.- Chapter 5. Workforce Diversity in Malaysia: Current and Future Demand of Persons With Disabilities.- Part III. Responses from the school-to-work transition systems.- Chapter 6. A capability approach to cultural diversity in school to work transitions: Amartya Sen and young adult's diversely different education and work communities.- Chapter 7. Ranciere and leadership for reforms to school-to-work transition: The presupposition of equality of theoretical assets from diverse educational cultures.- Chapter 8. Empowering Teacher Students for diversity in schools: Mentorship Model as a Mediator in Sweden.- Chapter 9. Embracing diversity by bridging the school-to-work transition of students with disabilities in Malaysia.- Chapter 10. Walking in multiple worlds. Successful school-to-work transitions for Aboriginal and cultural minority youth.- Chapter 11. Cultural Diversity in a School-to-work Transition Program for Undergraduate Students.- Conclusion.