New special issue of CJCD features graduate student research
The newest edition of The Canadian Journal of Career Development has just been published with 10 briefs that focus on the thought-provoking research of current and past graduate students in Canada and internationally. Topics range from the Future of Work to Athletic Identity to Immigrant Job Satisfaction.
- The Use of Information and Communication Technologies in Quebec Career Counsellors’ Practice (en français), Michel Turcotte & Liette Goyer
- A Second Apprenticeship: The Career Transition of Trades Teachers, Barbara Gustafson
- The Future of Work, Janine L. Moore
- Military to Civilian Career Transitions, Maureen McCann & Alexandra Heber
- The Spontaneous Use of Humour by Career Counsellors, Eloïse Banet & Jonas Masdonati
- Examining the Athletic Career Experiences of Canadian Major Junior Hockey Players, Lauren K. McCoy
- Correlates of Immigrant Workers’ Job Satisfaction, Jon Woodend & Nancy Arthur
- Athletes’ Attitudes Toward Career Counselling: Examining the Role of Athletic Identity, Zarina A. Giannone, David Kealy, & John S. O grodniczuk
- A Possible-Selves Intervention for Sport Career Transition, Zarina A. Giannone, David Kealy, & John S. Ogrodniczuk
- Professionals in Post-Secondary Education: Conceptions of Career Influence, Candy Ho
Due to the interest shown, CJCD will make graduate research briefs a new section within regular issues. Graduate students will now be able to submit research briefs for their completed or ongoing research at any time.
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.