International Journal of Career Management: Volume 4 Issue 1

Category:

Human Resource Management

Table of contents

MEASURING CHANGES IN STUDENTS′ PERCEPTIONS AND CAREER PLANS: EFFECTS OF STUDY ABROAD

Marilyn M. Helms, Greg M. Thibadoux

Measures the effects of experiences of undergraduate businessstudents completing the Summer Study Abroad programme. Information wasgathered through structured…

HOW TO CHOOSE THE JOB YOU LIKE

Charles Margerison, Dick McCann

Illustrates the uses of the Types of Work Index (TWI) and the TeamManagement Index (TMI) as instruments to help identify and use personaljob fit within the Team Management…

CAREER PLANNING FOR THE INDIVIDUAL

Paul Stevens

Addresses the issue of career planning; rather than being a seriesof haphazard moves it should involve people actively planning theirfuture careers and knowing the skills…

EFFECTS OF CAREER STAGE ON RETIREMENT: A LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS

Sherry E. Sullivan

Super′s theory of career stages has not yet been tested withindividuals who are planning to retire. In this present research,results from a longitudinal investigation of…

MANAGERIAL PROMOTIONS IN A PUBLIC AGENCY: IMPLICATIONS FOR SECOND CAREERS

Yoav Vardi

Describes a study in which actual mobility paths of 94 managers ina special governmental agency in Israel were analysed, in order toidentify important career enhancers…

ISSN:

0955-6214

Online date, start – end:

1990 – 1995

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited