Career Development International: Volume 12 Issue 6


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Attracting Generation Y graduates: Organisational attributes, likelihood to apply and sex differences

Siri Terjesen, Susan Vinnicombe, Cheryl Freeman

Building on person‐organisation fit and gender self‐schema, this research aims to examine UK university final year students' perception of the importance of organisational…


13_2_30: Experiences, perceptions and expectations of retail employment for Generation Y

Adelina M. Broadbridge, Gillian A. Maxwell, Susan M. Ogden

The purpose of this paper is to examine Generation Y, potential graduate entrants to UK retailing, in respect of their job experiences, career perceptions and initial employment…


Exploring the development of a protean career orientation: values and image violations

Leisa D. Sargent, Shelley R. Domberger

The purpose of this study is to examine the development of a protean career orientation. In doing so, the paper also aims to assess how work experience, parents and peer networks…


What “career success” means to blue‐collar workers

Emilie Hennequin

Career success such as it is classically modelled and measured is not necessarily representative of the perceptions of blue‐collar workers. Therefore, the goal of the present…

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