Career Development International: Volume 9 Issue 5


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Job search modes and turnover

Rita Mano‐Negrin, Shay S. Tzafrir

The pursuit and attainment of alternative job opportunities within labor markets can have a significant impact on work relations in organizations. This search and turnover…


Career progress and career barriers: women MBA graduates in Canada and the UK

Ruth Simpson, Jane Sturges, Adrian Woods, Yochanan Altman

This article explores the career progress of female MBA graduates in Canada and the UK and the nature of career barriers experienced in each context. Results suggest that while…


Women's career types: attributions of satisfaction with career success

Deborah A. O'Neil, Diana Bilimoria, Argun Saatcioglu

This study, examines women's career types and their effects on women's satisfaction with their career success and their attributions of the sources of this career success. The…


Conceptualizing and researching employer branding

Kristin Backhaus, Surinder Tikoo

Employer branding represents a firm's efforts to promote, both within and outside the firm, a clear view of what makes it different and desirable as an employer. In recent years…


Constructing a career: women architects at work

Val Caven

Using data from 37 interviews carried out with female architects in Britain, this paper examines how they have constructed their careers in a male‐dominated profession. The…

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