Career Development International: Volume 13 Issue 1


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The construct validity of Schein's career anchors orientation inventory

Nira Danziger, Dalia Rachman‐Moore, Rony Valency

The purpose of this paper is to test the construct validity of the measurement model of Schein's Career Orientation Inventory, where entrepreneurship and creativity constitute two…


Making sense of careers through the lens of a path metaphor

Theresa Smith‐Ruig

The purpose of this article is to understand how participants make sense of career through the lens of a path metaphor. Inkson's three types of career paths are used as a…


Do the self‐employed value autonomy more than employees?: Research across four samples

David Prottas

The purpose of this paper is to examine whether the relations between perceived job autonomy and attitudes are stronger among self‐employed than employees.


Political choices: the role of political skill in occupational choice

David M. Kaplan

The purpose of this article is to investigate how political skill relates to career decisions and occupational fit.


Measuring work preferences: A multidimensional tool to enhance career self‐management

G. Ronald Gilbert, Ravipreet S. Sohi, Adriana G. McEachern

The purpose of this paper is to introduce a multidimensional work preference research instrument, and to relate scores on these dimensions with subjects' real world work choices.

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