Latest issue of CJCD: Social anxiety in career development, career constructs of youth with ADHD and LDs, and more
The newest edition of the Canadian Journal of Career Development (CJCD) has just been published, with five articles that range from the vocational needs of adolescents with learning disabilities to a model for how employers might “convert” co-op employees to full-time hires to a new theoretical framework for understanding social anxiety in career development.
- Employment-Seeking Behaviours Among Newly Certified Ontario Teachers, Nancy Maynes, Blaine E. Hatt & Anna-Lisa Mottonen
- A Theoretical Framework for Understanding Social Anxiety in the Context of Career Development, Christine M. Yu
- Testing a Model of Co-op Students’ Conversion Intentions, David Drewery, Dana Church, Judene Pretti & Colleen Nevison
- Developmentally Relevant Career Constructs: Response Patterns of Youths with ADHD and LDs, Abiola Dipeolu, Samuel Deutch, Stephanie Hargrave & Cassandra A. Storlie
- Context Counts in Career Development, William Borgen & David Edwards
Starting in 2019, CJCD will be introducing a new section for community career practitioners to write on their best practices, innovative programs, techniques and career-related book reviews. This section along with book reviews are not peer-reviewed.
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.