Career Development International: Volume 15 Issue 6


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Lab coats versus business suits: A study of career preferences among Indian adolescents

Sruthi Thatchenkery, Naoru Koizumi

This paper seeks to examine whether the primary factors motivating the career plans of high‐achieving Indian adolescents vary between academic specializations. Particular…

Impact of career plateau and supervisory support on career satisfaction: A study in offshore outsourced IT firms in Sri Lanka

Vathsala Wickramasinghe, Mayura Jayaweera

The purpose of this paper is to examine the effect of career plateau (hierarchical plateau and job content plateau) and supervisory career support on career satisfaction.


Flexible work: ambitious parents' recipe for career success in The Netherlands

Josje Dikkers, Marloes van Engen, Claartje Vinkenburg

This study sets out to examine how gender and ambition are related to work hours and the utilization of other flexible work‐home arrangements, and how this use is – in turn …


Conflict and abusive workplace behaviors: The moderating effects of social competencies

Jennifer L. Kisamore, I.M. Jawahar, Eric W. Liguori, Tagonei L. Mharapara, Thomas H. Stone

The purpose of this study is to investigate the moderating effects of social competencies, specifically, political skill, self‐monitoring and emotional intelligence, on the…


Generational differences in China: career implications

Xiang Yi, Barbara Ribbens, Caryn N. Morgan

The purpose of this paper is to examine generational differences in attitudes toward careers in China. Generational differences are quite apparent in Chinese society. People who…

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