Career Development International: Volume 15 Issue 2


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Satisfaction with mentoring relationships: does gender identity matter?

Rowena Ortiz‐Walters, Kimberly‐Ann Eddleston, Kathleen Simione

The purpose of this paper is to examine the effects of gender identity on protégés' satisfaction with mentoring relationships. More specifically, it aims to investigate whether or…


Typology of career development for Arab women managers in the United Arab Emirates

Katlin Omair

The purpose of this study is to explore how women managers in the United Arab Emirates account for and construct their career development.


Factors that influence first‐career choice of undergraduate engineers in software services companies: A south Indian experience

V.K. Gokuladas

The purpose of this paper is to identify how undergraduate engineering students differ in their perception about software services companies in India based on variables like…


Youth employability training: two experiments

Travor Brown, Tara‐Lynn Hillier, Amy M. Warren

This paper aims to assess the effectiveness of verbal self‐guidance (VSG) and self‐management on youth employability. It seeks to access the joint effectiveness of these…


Further scale refinement for emotional labor: Exploring distinctions between types of surface versus deep acting using a difficult client referent

Gary Blau, Jason Fertig, Donna Surges Tatum, Stacey Connaughton, Dong Soo Park, Catherine Marshall

Within the emotional labor (EL) literature, the paper's aim is to test for additional scale distinctions in surface acting and deep acting, using a “difficult client” referent.

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