Career Development International: Volume 11 Issue 7


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Careers in a non‐Western context: An exploratory empirical investigation of factors related to the career success of Chinese managers

Howard S. Tu, Monica L. Forret, Sherry E. Sullivan

The aim of this paper is to conduct an exploratory empirical examination to determine if factors (e.g. demographic, human capital, motivational, and organizational) associated…


When leisure and work are allies: the case of skiers and tourist resort hotels

Bronwyn Boon

There are signs that leisure is becoming increasingly important in contemporary working lives. This paper seeks to contribute to the career literature by examining how work and…


Going up? Women in the public sector

Mary McMahon, Brigid Limerick, Neil Cranston, Cheryl Andersen

This paper aims to document women's reflections on their careers over a ten‐year period to provide quantitative baseline data on which to frame follow‐up in‐depth interviews. The…


Beyond being proactive: what (else) matters for career self‐management behaviors?

Dan S. Chiaburu, Vicki L. Baker, Adrian H. Pitariu

This study aims to investigate the relationship between proactive personality and career self‐management behaviors (job mobility preparedness and developmental feedback‐seeking…


Repatriate career exploration: a path to career growth and success

Jelena Zikic, Milorad M. Novicevic, Michael Harvey, Jacob Breland

The purpose of this paper is to examine repatriate career exploration as a continuing growth‐oriented process and introduce repatriate hope as its crucial driver.


Is the opposite of positive negative?: Untangling the complex relationship between work‐family enrichment and conflict

Gary N. Powell, Jeffrey H. Greenhaus

The relationship between work‐family enrichment (WFE), representing positive interdependencies between individuals' work and family roles, and work‐family conflict (WFC)…

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