Three young women who had been friends at university met up for a reunion lunch. All had been working for almost three years, one as journalist, one for a financial institution and the third for a London‐based Web‐site design company. After talk of old friends and new relationships, hairstyles, fashion and how good the cappuccino tasted, the conversation got down, as it does, to work. All three had decided that, after their huge experience (three years that is!) in the world of working for a living, they were all seeking “a change of direction”.
(2004), "Careers take a change of direction: The concept of “jobs for life” is becoming a rarity", Development and Learning in Organizations, Vol. 18 No. 2, pp. 25-28. https://doi.org/10.1108/14777280410519617Download as .RIS
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