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Theoretical Voices Directing the Career Development Journey: Holland, Harris-Bowlsbey, and Krumboltz

Theoretical Voices Directing the Career Development Journey: Holland, Harris-Bowlsbey, and Krumboltz – JoAnn Harris-Bowlsbey, John Krumboltz, John Holland Rich W. Feller The counselor’s role in facilitating career development remains dynamic as lifelong learning, expanding lifestyle options, and the changing workplace present new opportunities. In response, most practitioners follow some common theoretical assumptions as their foundation. […]

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Information for authors

Information for authors The Career Development Quarterly invites articles about work and leisure, career development, career counseling, and career education. Each article should include implications for practice because the Quarterly is concerned with fostering career development through the design and use of career interventions. Regular manuscripts should not exceed 14 pages typewritten, double-spaced throughout (including […]

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Vocational pathways in the early part of a career: an Australian study

Vocational pathways in the early part of a career: an Australian study James A. Athanasou The vocational pathways of a representative national sample of Australian school students (N = 1,201) were examined over a 7-year period after the students left school. Results indicated that there was a disparity between the students’ initial vocational interests and […]

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A career readiness typology and typal membership in middle school

A career readiness typology and typal membership in middle school Patrick Akos This study explored a career readiness typology of 629 8th-grade students using the Career Factors Inventory. Data revealed developmentally appropriate elevated needs for information, specifically self-knowledge. In addition, cluster analysis demonstrated the heterogeneity of career development needs of 8th-grade students. Typal membership revealed […]

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Practice and research in career counseling and development—2003

Practice and research in career counseling and development—2003 John C. Dagley This annual review of the research and practice literature related to career counseling and development published during 2003 is presented in 6 major areas: professional issues, career assessment, career development, career theory, career interventions, and technology. The authors discuss the implications of the findings […]

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Career Development and Its Practice: A Historical Perspective – industries historical review

Career Development and Its Practice: A Historical Perspective – industries historical review – Industry Overview Edwin L. Herr The use of the term career development as descriptive of both the factors and the processes influencing individual career behavior and as synonymous with intervention in career behavior (e.g., the practice of career development) is relatively recent. […]

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Use of technology in delivering career services worldwide

Use of technology in delivering career services worldwide JoAnn Harris-Bowlsbey The authors review the trends in the use of computers in the delivery and support of career guidance and counseling identified at the symposium International Perspectives on Career Development. The papers presented emphasized that 20th-century computer-based systems continue to be used, mainly delivered via the […]

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Using genograms to facilitate undergraduate students’ career development: a group model

Using genograms to facilitate undergraduate students’ career development: a group model Krista M. Malott This article features the description of a 5-session group experience designed to facilitate exploration of familial influence on career decision making. The authors adapted traditional family genograms to explicate occupational patterns, themes, and values and to examine career choice in relation […]

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A Holland perspective on the U.S. workforce from 1960 to 2000

A Holland perspective on the U.S. workforce from 1960 to 2000 Robert C. Reardon The authors analyze civilian occupations and employment data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau in 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990, and 2000 with respect to 6 kinds of work (Holland’s RIASEC [Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, Conventional] classification), employment, and gender. For […]

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Using the Intelligent Careers Card Sort with university students

Using the Intelligent Careers Card Sort with university students – Effective Techniques Susan M. Wnuk The authors describe the experiences of university students who completed the Intelligent Careers Card Sort[R] (ICCS), a career exploration exercise that is based on the Intelligent Career framework. The Intelligent Career suggests that there are 3 ways of knowing, which […]