The first NCDA collaborative issue of Careering highlights “The Changing Nature of Careers”
As part of this first collaborative edition between CERIC and the National Career Development Association (NCDA), the Spring-Summer 2017 issue of Careering magazine highlights “The Changing Nature of Careers.” Topics covered include ethical practice in the gig economy, entrepreneurship as a must-have career skill, and the “pivoting” strategy of career change. A feature interview with Colorado State University Professor Emeritus Rich Feller on career thought leaders for the new world of work is also part of this special issue.
- Ethical Practice in the “Gig Economy”: How to advise in the era of temporary contracts, self-employment and freelance work, by Deirdre A. Pickerell (jointly published with NCDA)
- Entrepreneurship Will Become a Must-Have Career Skill for Navigating Technological Change and an Uncertain Future, by Sarah Lubik (jointly published with NCDA)
- Thought Leader Insights: A Conversation with Rich Feller: Learning and leading in the brave new world of work, an interview by Jenn Long (jointly published with NCDA)
- Becoming Talent Entrepreneurs: Welcoming career changers into career services, by Andrea Dine (jointly published with NCDA)
- Learn to Pivot: The New Approach to Career Uncertainty, by Jenny Blake
- From ‘Me’ to ‘We’: A Necessary Shift in Career Service Orientation?, by George Dutch
…and much more, including:
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Interested in contributing to Careering? The Fall 2017 issue will have Generation Next: Pitfalls, Promise and Potential as a theme (submission deadline: August 18, 2017). Get in touch with the Editor at email@example.com if you wish to submit an article for publication.