Career Development International: Volume 12 Issue 2


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Staffing practices in the private sector in Sri Lanka

Vathsala Wickramasinghe

This paper seeks to present and discuss the findings of a study of staffing practices in the Sri Lankan private sector with particular reference to junior level managerial jobs…


Gender‐related differences in the occupational aspirations and career‐style preferences of accounting students: A cross‐sectional comparison between academic school years

Nira Danziger, Yoram Eden

The purpose of this paper is to examine whether gendered differences in occupational aspirations still appear when considering students with similar abilities who study…


Generational preferences for work environment fit: effects on employee outcomes

James W. Westerman, Jeanne H. Yamamura

The examination of generational differences is an important area of inquiry for management research. Firms must recognize the influence of the values and work preferences of the…


The darker side of an international academic career

Julia Richardson, Jelena Zikic

This paper aims to examine the “darker side” of what it means to engage in an international academic career. Extending beyond well‐documented themes relating to the difficulties…


Careers in the right beat: US jazz musicians' typical and non‐typical trajectories

Charles Kirschbaum

Recent research has shed light on career trajectories outside enclosed organizations and linked individual careers to career fields. This article seeks to explore how individuals'…


Work, family, and life interfaces: a selective book review

Samuel Rabinowitz

The purpose of this paper is to review a group of books focusing on work‐family research and applications.

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