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Australian Journal of Career Development

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From the journals JOURNAL OF VOCATIONAL BEHAVIOUR, 68(1), 2006 High school students’ career decision-making process: A longitudinal study of one choice Veerle Germeijs and Karine Verschueren The predictive validity of a computer-assisted career decision-making system: A six-year follow-up Itamar Gati, Reuma Gadassi and Naama Shemesh Critical consciousness and career development among urban youth Matthew A. […]

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personality and cognitive predictors of employment status

Barriers to employment: personality and cognitive predictors of employment status Carolyn McTurk Barriers to employment are linked to individual factors such as thinking styles and personality traits. Personality and cognitive differences between employed (n = 55) and unemployed (n = 57) cohorts were analysed to quantify the association between these variables and employment status. Using […]

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Changing the approach to career counselling in a disadvantaged context: a case study

Changing the approach to career counselling in a disadvantaged context: a case study Jacobus Gideon Maree During previous research we discovered that the facilitation of career counselling, in particular, was almost totally absent in many schools in South Africa. Research on the identification of appropriate assessment instruments for career counselling in diverse South Africa needs […]

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connecting career development and workforce development—Australia Country Paper

Shaping the future: connecting career development and workforce development—Australia Country Paper Australia is a continent of 7.69 million [km.sup.2] with a population approaching 21 million people. Twenty-four per cent of Australians were born overseas; 80 per cent live within 100 km of the coast and 67 per cent are urban dwellers. Fifty-five per cent of […]