Examines the career patterns of a sample of 49 francophone women who graduated between 1974 and 1981 from an undergraduate programme in business administration. A typology of career paths is established. Analyses these career paths taking into account some of the features of organizational environments, the events in individuals′ personal lives and the decisions that are the outcome of the interactions between these sets of variables.
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