Career Development International: Volume 12 Issue 7


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Professional identity as the key to career change intention

Svetlana N. Khapova, Michael B. Arthur, Celeste P.M. Wilderom, Jörgen S. Svensson

The purpose of this paper is to investigate career change intention and its predictors among career change seekers interested in a career opportunity in the information technology…


Impact of parent‐child relationship on the career development process of high school students in Ibadan, Nigeria

Samuel O. Salami, A. Oyesoji Aremu

The purpose of this paper was to investigate the relationships of parental attachment and psychological separation to the career development process of secondary school…


The impact of organisational support for career development on career satisfaction

Belinda Renee Barnett, Lisa Bradley

The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between organisational support for career development (OSCD) and employees' career satisfaction. Based on an extended…


The relationship between gender and aspirations to senior management

Barrie Litzky, Jeffrey Greenhaus

The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship of gender, work factors, and non‐work factors with aspirations to positions in senior management. A process model of…


Turnover intention and preparedness for change: Exploring leader‐member exchange and occupational self‐efficacy as antecedents of two employability predictors

Birgit Schyns, Nicole Torka, Tobias Gössling

“Turnover intention” is defined as an employee's intention to voluntarily change jobs or companies. The purpose of this paper is to set “turnover intention” in relation to…

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