Career Development International: Volume 26 Issue 7


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The hybrid career concept: creating hybrid career pathways

Michelle Gander

Hybrid career has been discussed in the literature for some time but is still an emergent concept. The study investigated the careers of university professional staff working in…


International backpackers' experiences of precarious visa-contingent farmwork

Chris Kossen, Nicole McDonald, Peter McIlveen

Australia's agricultural industry has become highly dependent on young low-cost, overseas “working holiday” visa workers known as “backpackers”, who are notoriously subject to…

One size does not fit all: the role of mentoring context in proactive individuals' scholarly impact

Brenda E. Ghitulescu, Shalini Khazanchi, Zhi Tang, Yang Yu

Mentoring relationships have been proposed as a potential intervention to alleviate gender disparities in scholarly output. Yet, previous research has not provided a systematic…

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