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Tee, Poh Kiong; Cham, Tat-Huei; Low, Mei Peng; Lau, Teck-Chai – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2022
This research sought to investigate how academics with a protean career attitude perceived success in their academic career. The role of perceived employability was examined by distinguishing between external and internal employability perceptions. Data from 288 academics working in Malaysian universities were collected and analysed using…
Descriptors: Employment Potential, Work Attitudes, College Faculty, Foreign Countries
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Gander, Michelle – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2022
This study sets out to argue for the interplay between structure and agency to create a deeper understanding of careers. Using Bourdieu's Theory of Practice as an integrative framework for career theory, this study sets out to answer two questions: (1) does the concept of a Holistic Career Framework add value to the career debate by placing…
Descriptors: Social Theories, Holistic Approach, Career Choice, Professional Personnel
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Guichard, Jean – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2022
In recent decades support for the design of active lives has generally been conceived as an aid intended for qualified workers to manage their careers on the labor market. This conception is, for example, the basis of the official definition of this support published by the Council of the European Union in 2008. However, alternative definitions…
Descriptors: Career Development, Career Planning, Futures (of Society), Intervention
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McIlveen, Peter; Alchin, Carolyn; Hoare, P. Nancey; Bowman, Sarah; Harris, Rebecca; Gotting, Geraldine; Gilmour, John; Perera, Harsha N.; Beccaria, Lisa; Kossen, Chris; Cavaye, Jim; Creed, Allison; McDonald, Nicole – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2022
Emerging public discourse about making a "tree change", "green change", or "sea change" emphasizes the putative benefits of working and residing in regional Australia. Yet, attracting and retaining workers in the regions is a challenge for policymakers, governments, and industries. The present research involved two…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Geographic Regions, Place of Residence, Demography
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Svicher, Andrea; Di Fabio, Annamaria; Gori, Alessio – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2022
The present study investigated the Italian version of the Decent Work Scale (DWS) with a sample of 645 workers (females = 65.1%; mean age = 43.9 years; SD = 10.9) according to a network perspective. We compared factorial and network models and estimated the regularized partial correlations for the five DWS domains: "physically and…
Descriptors: Network Analysis, Work Attitudes, Work Environment, Comparative Analysis
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Soares, Joana; Carvalho, Catarina; Silva, Ana Daniela – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2022
This study presents a systematic literature review about career interventions for university students exploring: (1) which theoretical framework; (2) structure; (3) evaluation system; and (4) outcomes are reported. Fourteen keywords, five databases, and six eligibility criteria were defined. Among the 596 articles collected, 26 remained for…
Descriptors: Career Guidance, Intervention, Career Development, Career Choice
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Côté, Anne-Marie – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2022
International mobility brings new avenues for career development. Although the literature in human resources management has extensively investigated the traditional assignment cycle of expatriates by multinationals abroad, only few studies have focused on other forms of expatriation. Among these forms is the "expat-preneurship" whereby…
Descriptors: Career Development, Career Change, Pandemics, COVID-19
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Keramidas, Natacha L.; Queener, John E.; Hartung, Paul J. – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2022
This study investigated mentoring relationships between doctoral students and faculty members. We examined initiation of mentoring as a mediator between key personality facets and mentoring received among 162 doctoral students (females = 77%, 77% psychology programs). Results confirmed that initiation of mentoring relationships by doctoral…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, College Faculty, Mentors, Teacher Student Relationship
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Bryce, India; Beccaria, Gavin; McIlveen, Peter; Du Preez, Jan – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2022
People's career choices are not necessarily the unfolding of normative experiences. Instead, trauma experienced as cumulate harm throughout childhood affects developmental trajectories and career choices. There is, however, a dearth of research into the influences of cumulative harm on career development. The present research addresses that gap in…
Descriptors: Caseworkers, Social Work, Counselors, Psychologists
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Svicher, Andrea; Gori, Alessio; Di Fabio, Annamaria – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2022
The present study examined the Italian version of the Work as Meaning Inventory and Work as Meaning Inventory for University students through a network perspective. Network analysis was applied to 505 Italian workers assessed via the Work as Meaning Inventory and 214 Italian university students assessed via the Work as Meaning Inventory for…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Employees, College Students, Network Analysis
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Baumer de Azevedo, Maria Candida; De Hauw, Sara; Semeijn, Judith; van Vuuren, Tinka – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2022
Parallel career tracks have become more prevalent today, especially in Brazil, where more than a quarter of all postgrads have one. Despite its growing popularity, little research has tapped into this new career phenomenon. This study examines whether having a parallel career track leads to negative work outcomes related to sustainable careers,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Career Development, Career Pathways, Sustainability
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McMahon, Mary; Patton, Wendy – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2022
This 30th-year anniversary edition of the "Australian Journal of Career Development" (AJCD) represents a milestone for the Systems Theory Framework (STF) of career development, the genesis of which was published in the 1992 first edition. Beginning as a contextual model of adolescent career decision-making, subsequent research and…
Descriptors: Systems Approach, Career Development, Educational Research, Constructivism (Learning)
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Athanasou, James A. – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2022
The purpose of this study was to analyse 593 articles from 1120 authors published in the "Australian Journal of Career Development" between 1992 and 2001. The analysis focused on authorship, type of article, setting/participants and career development theory across three decades as well as across the first five editors during that…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Periodicals, Journal Articles, Career Development
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Pryor, Robert G. L.; Bright, Jim E. H. – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2022
In acknowledging the contribution of the Australian Journal of Career Development (AJCD's) continuing work to the career development field, this paper briefly outlines the Chaos Theory of Careers (CTC) and its empirical support. Issues relating to closed and open system validation are canvassed. Two types of COVID-19 case study are analysed: a…
Descriptors: Systems Approach, Career Development, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Taylor, Donnalee B.; Johns, Kellie M.; Reilly, Margaret L.; Hedlefs, Robert M. – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2022
Retaining workers in high stress occupations and preparing undergraduates to enter these occupations continues to intensify along with mental health and wellbeing challenges. The veterinary profession is particularly vulnerable to poor psychological health which contributes negatively to the retention of veterinarians in the profession. Employing…
Descriptors: Career Development, Resilience (Psychology), Undergraduate Students, Self Efficacy
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