Fall 2019 issue of CJCD examines the effects of online self-directed search and more
The newest edition of the Canadian Journal of Career Development (CJCD) has just been published, with five articles that range from a career management course for engineering graduate students to the effectiveness of online self-directed job search to Indigenous women’s career decision making and more.
- Not Just for Undergraduates: Examining a University Narrative-Based Career Management Course for Engineering Graduate Students, Michael J. Stebleton, Mark Franklin, Crystal Lee, & Lisa S. Kaler
- The Effects of the Online Self-Directed Search on the Career Decision State, V. Casey Dozier, Debra S. Osborn, Julia Kronholz, Gary W. Peterson, & Robert C. Reardon
- From Knowledge to Wisdom: Indigenous Women’s Narratives of Doing Well With Career Decision Making, Alanaise Goodwill, Marla J. Buchanan, William Borgen, Deepak Mathew, Lynn DuMerton, Daniel Clegg, Sarah Becker, & Matthew McDaniels
- Professional Identity and Career Development: A Descriptive Analysis of the Church of England, Trevor Gerhardt
- Career Regret among University Students from Turkey: A Test of the Social Cognitive Career Theory, Duygu Biricik Gulseren
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.
This year CJCD introduced a new section for community career practitioners to write on their best practices, innovative programs and techniques. This section along with book reviews are not peer-reviewed
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.