Latest CJCD includes new research on students with learning disabilities, career aspirations of Indigenous adults, effects of LMI and more
The newest edition of the Canadian Journal of Career Development (CJCD) has just been published, kicking off the journal’s 17th year of disseminating the work of career researchers from Canada and around the world. Featuring an exciting new cover design, this issue explores a range of topics, many probing the career and employment experiences of distinct populations.
- From the Editor’s Desk, Editor Rob Shea
- The Effect of Social Variables on the Career Aspirations of Indigenous Adults in New Brunswick, Michael Hennessey and Jeffrey Landine
- Employment Outcomes of Canadian Postsecondary Students with Learning Disabilities, Matthew J. Kalichuk and Alexander M. Wilson
- Emerging Adults’ Unintended and Unpredicted Work-Life Pathways in a Rural Coastal Community, Breanna C. Lawrence and Anne Marshall
- Effect of Labour Market Information (LMI): Comparison Between Independent and Assisted Use of LMI, Francis Milot-Lapointe, Réginald Savard, and Sylvain Paquette
- International Students’ University to Work Transition: Research-in-Brief, Jon Woodend and Nancy Arthur
- Language and Identity from the Perspective of a NNES ESL Immigrant Teacher, Laura Brass
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. It is Canada’s only peer-reviewed publication of multi-sectoral career-related academic research and best practices from this country and around the world.
CJCD is published twice a year, once in digital format in the fall and then in both print and digital formats in the winter. It is free to subscribe to the digital editions and all issues of the journal dating back to 2002 are available to access online.