The Gap Year Dilemma in the latest issue of The Canadian Journal of Career Development

The latest issue of The Canadian Journal of Career Development is now available to view online. This edition of the journal provides new research in several topical areas including the benefits of a gap year before starting university and and the impact of labour market information on achieving individual career goals (this article is written in French and will be published in English in the next issue).

Articles include:

  • The Influence of ‘Prompting for Value Ranking’ on Career Choices of Youth in the Gulf Arab World
  • The Gap Year Dilemma. When a Purposeful Gap Year is the Answer to Career Unpreparedness
  • Etta St John Wileman Award Interview with Denis Pelletier
  • Impact of Labour Market Information (LMI) (en français)

The current as well as all past issues of CJCD can be accessed for free at

The Canadian Journal of Career Development is a partnership project between CERIC and Memorial University of Newfoundland with the support of The Counselling Foundation of Canada.