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In career counseling and career coaching the focus is on issues such as career exploration, career change, personal career development and other career related issues.
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This article analyses the professional agency of counsellors working with migrants. Using Bernstein’s concepts of classification and framing, our thematic analysis draws on interviews with career counsellors from both Finland and Sweden. The results highlight a need for counsellors to recognise the differences in situations of students with migrant...
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Background:This study evaluates and forecast the effect of interest and attitude as a correlate for academic performance of students in Agricultural Science in Ekiti State Secondary Schools. It investigated which of the two variables (Interest and Attitude) will mostly influence the study of Agricultural Science using a particular teaching method....
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This study was carried out to access the relationship between career management practices and organizational citizenship behaviour amongst non-teaching staff of the Federal University, Otueke. Anchored on the Social Exchange theory, the study adopted the survey research design as its approach. Although the population for the study was one thousand,...
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This study examined the psychometric properties of the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale in a Lebanese sample. The study includes 236 Lebanese citizens (54.2% women; Mage = 30.14). Confirmatory factor analyses indicated that a hierarchical model yielded a good fit, with the CAAS measuring four distinct dimensions that can be combined in a higher-order c...
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Introduction: Being a soccer player is one of the dreams most present in the popular imagination of Brazilian children. However, the path to professionalization is arduous and several reasons can be pointed out for this difficulty: a very competitive environment, few chances, and poor career counseling, among others. In competitive soccer, the athl...
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This paper aims to offer an accessible, flexible, and homogenised approach to career counselling and career development via the conceptualisation of a new metaphor in response to evolving careers and labour markets. The research question asks: How can Weather as a Career Metaphor (WCM) offer an accessible tool for career counsellors to use with the...
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Past reviews have examined the association between positive personality traits known as character strengths and work-related outcomes. However, little is known about the role of positive traits in the pre-career stage. This study aims to fill this gap by mapping the peer-reviewed literature on the relationships between character strengths, moral mo...
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One of the dilemma of student life is choosing the right career. It is more so for those students who belong to underprivileged section and whose parents and the community itself is not generally aware of the various options available. Even if they are aware of it, they may not know how to choose the right one. We have proposed a Myers-Briggs Type...
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Machine Learning concept learns from experiences, inferences and conceives complex queries. Machine learning techniques can be used to develop the educational framework which understands the inputs from students, parents and with intelligence generates the result. The framework integrates the features of Machine Learning (ML), Explainable AI (XAI)...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has raised unprecedented challenges for the progressive education community universally. One crucial challenge is the engagement of advanced learners in pandemic times. Their academic interest is retained, their performance does not decline, and they get access to appropriate resources in time. This article will elaborate on t...
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The paper examined the implication of covid-19 pandemic and how it led to social vices in the society. The first identified amid an outbreak of respiratory illness cases in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China. It was initially reported to the World Health Organization (WHO) on December 31, 2019. On January 30, 2020, the WHO declared the COVID-19 outb...
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Addressing immigrants’ social and work inclusion is a priority at a time of increasing migration to Italy and Europe. Career counsellors can identify the sense of self in transition, consider complex experiences and socio-cultural stories, and tailor actions for inclusion. This project enhances understanding of this process and the elements that im...
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The study aimed to test the impact of a career counselling intervention program (JOBS - Job Orientation. Training in business and schools) intended to improve students’ knowledge and skills related to employability’ preconditions. The intervention program was implemented as an optional subject for lower secondary and secondary education. Data were...
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The aim of this article is to show how interaction research can contribute to the understanding and praxis of socially just guidance. The article is theoretical, but it makes use of our previous empirical studies. We combine the ethnographic study of school and racism, and interactional research on guidance. We define guidance for social justice, e...
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This qualitative study centers on the career narratives of seven Black youth enrolled at an urban public school in the Midwest. We used critical race theory to analyze participants' responses to a narrative career counseling intervention, My Career Story (Savickas & Hartung, 2012). The four interconnected themes found were (a) persistence against a...
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Ex-offenders in North America and Western Europe face major challenges when re-entering the job market and often remain unemployed for significant periods. Simultaneously, the relatively sparse existent literature regarding career counselling for ex-offenders often fails to incorporate recent research from other relevant fields. This article aims t...
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Περίληψη Οι επαγγελματικές διαδρομές των εφήβων δεν είναι πλέον γραμμικές. Στη σύγχρονη εποχή η επιτυχία στη σταδιοδρομία στηρίζεται –πέρα από την τεχνική γνώση–σε επιπρόσθετα θετικά χαρακτηριστικά ή δυνάμεις, τα οποία οι έφηβοι καλούνται να αναπτύξουν, προκειμένου να ανταποκριθούν στις ανάγκες που διαμορφώνονται στην αγορά εργασίας. Στο παρόν άρθρ...
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This study carries out an initial evaluation of the psychometric properties of an Italian version of the Goal Adjustment Scale, first introduced by Wrosch and colleagues (2003), to measure the self-regulation capacities of goal disengagement (i.e., capacity to relinquish unattainable goals) and goal re-engagement (i.e., committing to new purposes)....
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This study attempts to investigate the position of chance among the factors affecting the career choices of university students according to gender and willingness. For this purpose, the present study based on rank-order judgments of participants was conducted. In present study, the participants (N = 417) ranked the given ten factors in terms of th...
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Work and its meanings have often been and still are objects of scholarly research. In the context of global crises, increasing attention has been paid to decent work and, consequently, to decent life. However, decent work has not been adequately addressed in Polish scholarship on vocational guidance and career counselling yet. To redress this gap i...
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Amaç: Bu araştırma, koronavirüs hastalığı 2019 [coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)] pandemi sürecinde, üniversite öğrencilerinin algılanan stres düzeyi ile kariyer iyimserliği arasındaki ilişkiyi incelemek, üniversiteler ve akademisyenler için yol haritası ortaya koymak amacıyla yapılmıştır. Gereç ve Yöntemler: Bu araştırma, COVID-19 pandemi sürec...
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Developing countries like Pakistan of the world have limited provision of career guidance services (CGS). This paper aims to thematically review the importance and need for career guidance at school, college, and university levels within the context of Pakistan. Although the imprints of career counseling in Pakistan can be traced back to 1974 when...
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Applying qualitative and quantitative analyses across four studies and seven samples, we clarified the meaning and developed a new measure of career insecurity. Career insecurity is defined as “an individual's thoughts and worries that central content aspects of one's future career might possibly develop in an undesired manner.” The new Multidimens...
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Through thematic analysis, this article examines how career counsellors working in an integration training programme for adult immigrants use power in their work with their counselees by influencing the content of career counselling discussions. The theoretical framework applied in this article is the non-decision-making theory by Bachrach and Bara...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has widened the gap between the career and life chances of learners with sufficient and those with insufficient access to personal and educational resources and structures. This article draws on an adapted, qualitative, systematic literature search to shed light on the effect of the pandemic on learners in resource-constrained...
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method using the structured questionnaire strategy. Three factors were tested using the Spearman's Correlation statistical analysis aided with the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 25 at 5% level of significance. A total population/sample size of 58 staff members of the Bank was purposively selected. The results of the study in...
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An exploration study was conducted to explore what Chinese undergraduates considered to be a “good job.” A total of 143 ( M = 21.45, SD = 1.53, 51.04% male) undergraduates from 10 cities participated in this study. The prototype research methodology was applied to explore the underlying complex structure of the “good job.” The results revealed 157...
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The study was conducted during COVID-19 pandemic through online mode to determine aspiration status of post-graduate students (2020 batch) of Assam Agricultural University and to identify their perceived problems. A sample 50 respondents was selected using simple random sampling technique. Data collected via questionnaire were analyzed through freq...
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The study aims at validating the Career Decision-Making Adaptability Score (CDA Score) by investigating its predictive influence on objective and subjective career success, career adaptability, and psychological well-being over a 1-year period. Furthermore, the predictive influence of additional career decision-making strategies was scrutinized. Re...
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Professional interests play an essential role in professional choices, educational and career counseling, and person-environment fit. The Multilingual Iconographic Professional Interests Inventory (MIPII) has been designed to help elementary school students explore their vocational interests, through self-reflection and increase the likelihood of p...
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This research improves our understanding of entrepreneurial intention in the Chinese cultural context. Drawing on career construction theory, we received 408 valid surveys from rural Chinese dwellers and examined the relationships rural Chinese have among “face consciousness,” indecisiveness, career adaptability, and entrepreneurial intention. We f...
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The handwritten signature is considered one of the most widely accepted personal behavioral traits in Biometric system. Handwriting analysis has wide applications in multiple domains such as psychological disorders, medical diagnosis, and recruitment of staff, career counseling, writer credentials, forensic studies, matrimonial sites, e-security, e...
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Career counseling is a career development initiative in which career education is provided to workers by career counselors to help them appreciate their motivations, explain their objectives, commit to action, navigate career transitions, and learn how they can contribute to the organization's overall effectiveness. The fundamental aims of counseli...
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Objectives: To explore the roles of a Holistic Approach and Multidisciplinary education for diverse career opportunities with reference to its introduction in NEP 2020 for the placement of students and orient them in accordance with the requirements of the stakeholders. Methods: Amity University Uttar Pradesh conducted 52 Focus Group Discussions ha...
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Today’s unstable labor market increasingly requires flexibility and adaptability to cope with the threat of unemployment. Though this threat can cause distress in many people, its negative impact is even more significant on vulnerable workers such as refugees. This study aimed to explore if a career counseling intervention designed for refugees (CC...
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Περίληψη Στόχο της παρούσης έρευνας αποτέλεσε η διερεύνηση της οικογενειακής ανθεκτικότητας σε ότι αφορά τη σχέση που μπορεί να παρουσιάζει με τα επίπεδα οικογενειακής ανθεκτικότητας των μελών της (γονείς και έφηβοι που είναι παιδιά της) καθώς και η σχέση τους με τον οραματισμό του επαγγελματικού μέλλοντος των εφήβων σε δείγμα 201 μαθητών/τριών δευ...
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After facing a career-ending injury, athletes are often unprepared to find new occupations. With their identities and goals so deeply rooted in athletics from a young age, many athletes have not shown interest in or been educated in other fields of work. Additionally, physical and psychological trauma caused by injury and career-loss can impede the...
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Female employment as a percentage of total employment stood at 45.3% (ILO, 2018). The figures show a decline in female employment rate from 2005 to 2019. It equally indicates that in 2018, women employment rate was lower than that of men in Cameroon. This work was aimed at investigating the differences in women's employment before and after the mil...
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Objective Tertiary education can be stressful for many young people, who consistently report high levels of distress. The issue has major implications for campus health services and mental health policymaking more widely. The present study proposes to map student counseling services in Europe.Methods The sample of institutions was sourced, using st...
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A qualitative study was carried out to portray the work orientations of 30 low-qualified working young adults in two contrasted economies: Albania and Switzerland. The analysis of their answers to the “lottery question” showed that most participants would continue to work, either to be busy, feed a passion, feel useful, or grow. In contrast to part...
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The purpose of current study was to explore work experiences of North Korean immigrant women living in South Korea based on the Psychology of Working Theory (PWT). To this end, 7 North Korean immigrant women were recruited and individual in-depth interview was conducted on their work experiences. The content of interview data was qualitatively anal...
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Injurious self destructive behaviors and suicide risk behaviors such as ideation, intention, planning, and attempts have increased dramatically in youth, worldover. Worldwide, Suicide is the second leading cause of death among youth age 15-24 . In India, as per WHO,2014 estimates suicide is the most common cause of death in both the age groups o...
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Background The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on people across the globe. Its impact on medical students’ education has also been profound. Here, we aimed to comprehensively determine the nature of this impact on their choice of specialty. Method A cross-sectional study was conducted among medical students in Saudi Arabia during th...
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This study investigates the suitability of the STEM Career Interest Survey (STEM-CIS) to measure secondary school students’ aspirations towards STEM subjects and careers. A confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) was conducted to assess the initial structural validity of the adapted STEM-CIS survey, where the science subscale was extended to four scienc...
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This study aims to analyse the Effectiveness of Career Construction Counselling in fostering career adaptability, adaptation of responses, and vocational identity in a sample of 41 participants, of whom 21 were assigned to the intervention group and 20 to the control group. Measurements of outcomes, with regard to adaptability, adaptation of respon...
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Grounding on Holland’s RIASEC model of vocational interests and the respective assumptions on person-environment fit (congruence), this paper focuses on how congruence is related to study outcomes, especially students’ persistence, performance, and satisfaction. The paper distinguishes the measure of congruence with respect to social congruence (SO...
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Globalization and technological disruption put challenges as well as offer opportunities for economic expansion and job creation. The Nation can transform into a productive, innovative and competitive economy with skilled human potential. Skill Development can expand one's horizon and chances of his employability by nurturing talents and honing ski...
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Volition is the individual perception of one’s ability to make decisions and career choices despite constraints by the external environment. It is a relevant concept in the Psychology Working Theory, which highlights the role played by contextual factors, social class, privilege, and freedom of choice in career building. This study’s objective was...
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Addressing career decidedness can help university students to increase wellbeing, and hope can be a positive and significant factor for future success. This study aims to examine the model which hypothesized the mediating role of hope in the link between career decidedness and subjective wellbeing of Turkish university students. Data were collected...
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Περίληψη: Σκοπός του άρθρου είναι η οριοθέτηση του εννοιολογικού περιεχομένου της έννοιας της βιώσιμης επαγγελματικής ανάπτυξης, όπως αυτή έχει διαμορφωθεί από την ανασκόπηση της σχετικής βιβλιογραφίας. Παράλληλα, παρουσιάζουμε τα αποτελέσματα της διερευνητικής παραγοντικής ανάλυσης της Κλίμακας της Βιώσιμης Επαγγελματικής Ανάπτυξης, σε μέγεθος δεί...
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The global landscape of career counseling services focuses on meeting client expectations. The aim of the study was to compare the expectations of students and career counselors about career counseling service, and to examine gender differences in their expectations. Data were collected via purposive sampling technique from 372 students enrolled in...
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This paper documents the translation and adaptation of the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale+Cooperation Scale (CAAS+C; Savickas & Porfeli, 2015) to the Brazilian context and provides initial validity evidence for this instrument by testing its internal structure and exploring its relationships with external variables (i.e., Big Five traits, social supp...
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(Paper published both in Italian and French) Nowadays, life-long career counseling generally only aims to guide people in managing their employability. However, at the turn of the 19th to the 20th century, the most eminent promoters of vocational guidance (in particular: John Dewey, George Herbert Mead, Frank Parsons) had conceived it as an interve...
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This article addresses the use of computer-assisted career guidance systems (CACGS) in career interventions. Major CACGS developed in the past decades were based on the trait-factor or person-environment fit approaches in their conceptualization and design. The strengths and limitations of these CACGS in addressing the career development needs of i...
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This chapter seeks to address the interpretation process of interest profiles which is a part of career counseling process in three main sections. Firstly, introductory information was given about career counseling process. For this reason, after the terms about career interventions were introduced, diagnostic labels of clients about their vocation...
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The population of international students in South Korea is growing. During the career development phase, international students face unique challenges related to their bicultural identity and acculturation experiences. The present study examined the role of bicultural self-efficacy on mediating the relationship between acculturation and career deci...
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In line with self-determination theory and psychological well-being theory, we examine the effects of career-counseling self-efficacy (CCSE), self-esteem, and leader–member exchange (LMX) on well-being via the satisfaction of the three psychological needs (PNs). Using a cross-sectional design, we submitted an online questionnaire to 235 school coun...
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The focus of this study is to get an in-depth understanding of the importance and need for Career Counseling at the Grade 12 level because career counseling at this level helps students in selecting the appropriate study program in line with their future career choice. The study was guided by 5 research questions including; what are the perspective...
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The mapping of therapeutic collaboration throughout counseling deepens our understanding of how the helping relationship fosters client change. To better understand the process of career construction counseling (CCC), we analyzed the therapeutic collaboration on six successful face-to-face cases. The participants were six Portuguese adults, five wo...
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The mapping of therapeutic collaboration throughout counseling deepens our understanding of how the helping relationship fosters client change. To better understand the process of career construction counseling (CCC), we analyzed the therapeutic collaboration on six successful face-to-face cases. The participants were six Portuguese adults, five wo...
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This narrative review aims to illustrate the types of counseling present in scientific literature applicable tosoldiers and to their families, with particular reference to clinical counseling, career counseling and familycounseling. The fact that clinical counseling can be an essential tool for preventing psychological disorders inthe military and...
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With the rapid development of society and the dramatic change of environment, previous career counseling focusing on personal choice has been difficult to meet individuals’ needs. It is very meaningful and valuable to introduce the ideology of Life Design Counseling (LDC). In this mini review, we introduce and analyze the theory and methodology of...
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Position Title: Distinguished Postdoctoral Scholar Job ID: 525693 Location: Florida International University, Miami, Florida Rank: Postdoctoral Associate Application Deadline: January 31, 2022 The College of Arts, Science & Education (CASE) at Florida International University (FIU), Miami, FL (USA), invites applications for the 2022-2023 cohort...
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SUMMARY Background: The trend of positive psychology has had a significant impact on the thinking and attitudes of the psychologist profession over the past two decades. Books have been translated in Hungary as well, and a number of books and studies have been written by representatives of the psychology. Aims: The present study considers the care...
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The concept of VUCA world (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity) that describes the challenges we must face now, both in private and professional life, has changed in recent years the requirements of employers, due to the need to adapt to new and unforeseen situations. In this context, soft skills tend to become more appreciated in the em...
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This article reports on the use of integrative career counselling to promote autobiographical reasoning in a purposively sampled gifted 16-year-old female learner with moratorium career identity status. I implemented an explanatory, mixed-methods (QUALITATIVE-quantitative; uppercase denoting the bigger weighting given to the qualitative aspect) res...
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The goal of the present study is to examine the psychology of working framework/theory with a sample of Korean workers. This study examined the structural model of sociocultural factors (i.e., economic constraints and social marginalization), psychological variables (i.e., work volition and career adaptability), and outcomes of decent work based on...
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Career guidance and counseling (CGC) is needed by many university students in Pakistan. Career service providers (CSPs) can offer appropriate services if they have a sound understanding of CGC needs of students. This study explores perspectives of CSPs working in Pakistani universities about career needs of their students, services offered to their...
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Individuals who are involved in meaningful work are positively engaged in their jobs, perceiving it as both significant and congruent with themselves. Considering that meaningful work is related to positive working and organizational outcomes, a valid and reliable scale of meaningful work may be useful in research contexts and consultation projects...
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The study has been carried out within the framework of Erasmus+ KA2 project 2020-1-DE02-KA226-VET-007944 E-Career counsellor in the ever-changing world of the 21st century – innovative methods to support e-career counselling services COMPASS. Main objectives of the project are the following ones: • to facilitate digital counselling and competence...
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Job search quality is important for unemployed individuals pursuing reemployment. To comprehensively measure job search quality, we develop and test a 20-item Job Search Quality Scale (JSQS), using four samples of unemployed individuals (pilot sample, N=218; exploration sample, N=3372; confirmation sample, N=3372; and replication sample, N=434). Re...
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Today, grounded on the turbulent conditions of the social and work envi-ronment as well as the unstable life and career paths individuals are going through (Guichard, 2015; Savickas, 2015), incorporating constructivist-narrative methods and techniques in career counseling seems essential, at least in some client cases. Narrative approaches could su...
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The aim of this study is to review the literature on the career development and socio-cultural capital of North Korean immigrant youth and to seek and suggest the direction of career counseling for them from the perspective of advocating and counseling for social justice. So far, studies on North Korean immigrant youth have been mainly concerned wi...
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The purpose of this study was to determine and examine how student career perceptions are handled by students related to the environmental impact, talents, and COVID-19 circumstances on career services at State Vocational School 3 Klaten. This study uses a qualitative approach. Respondents were students and teachers of Guidance and Counselling at s...