Career Development International: Volume 25 Issue 2


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Using embeddedness theory to explain self-initiated expatriation intention of entry-level job applicants

Bernadeta Goštautaitė, Ilona Bučiūnienė, Wolfgang Mayrhofer, Karolis Bareikis, Eglė Bertašiūtė

The purpose of this paper is to explain why entry-level job applicants intend to leave their home country to work abroad by adopting the framework of country embeddedness (i.e…

Striving for sustainable graduate careers: Conceptualization via career ecosystems and the new psychological contract

William E. Donald, Yehuda Baruch, Melanie J. Ashleigh

The purpose of this paper is to conceptually articulate the differing needs of graduates and graduate employers, which can be competing or complementary in nature. Drawing from…


Reflections on women’s career responsibilities in neoliberally driven universities

Sheeba Asirvatham, Maria Humphries-Kil

The purpose of this paper is to reflect on career aspirations and experiences explored with senior women organizational scholars employed in neoliberally driven public…

Easy does it: an innovative view on developing career identity and self-direction

Tom Luken

A generally held belief in the field of career development is that career attitudes and abilities, including identity and self-direction, can and should be developed in school…

Mind your attitude: the impact of patriarchy on women’s workplace behaviour

Toyin Ajibade Adisa, Fang Lee Cooke, Vanessa Iwowo

By conceptualising patriarchy in the workplace as a social situation, the purpose of this paper is to examine the prevalence of patriarchal attitudes and their impact on women’s…


Effects of family encouragement on migrant workers’ return-to-hometown intention and turnover: The moderating role of career-related concerns

Guoliang Li, Yanran Fang, Yifan Song, Jingqiu Chen, Mo Wang

Given migrant workers’ critical role in the Chinese economy, the increasing number of migrant workers who leave their organizations and return to their hometown has caused severe…

Identity as career capital: enhancing employability in the creative industries and beyond

Jina Mao, Yan Shen

The purpose of this paper is to broaden the conversation about the link between identity and employability by investigating how identity can function as a type of career capital…


Voice and silence as immediate consequences of job insecurity

Kimberley Breevaart, Sergio Lopez Bohle, Jan Luca Pletzer, Felipe Muñoz Medina

The purpose of this paper is to examine the weekly effects of job insecurity on employee voice and silence. Specifically, the authors argue that because employment fulfils…

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