Latest Canadian Journal of Career Development examines effects of meaning and purpose on young workers
The new issue of the Canadian Journal of Career Development (CJCD) features nine articles with a focus on schools, adolescence and young workers. Canada’s only peer-reviewed publication of multi-sectoral career-related academic research and best practices, the journal saw an increased submission rate in 2021 as research paused during the pandemic restarted.
The Fall 2021 issue of CJCD includes the following articles:
- Adaptability and Workplace Subjective Well-Being: The Effects of Meaning and Purpose on Young Workers in the Workplace, Harry G. Nejad, Fara G. Nejad, Tara Farahani
- How Men Who Were Sexually Abused in Childhood or Adolescence Relate to Work, André Samson, Marie-Pier Bastien, Natasha Chénier-Ayotte, Jean-Martin Deslauriers, Natacha Godbout, Zacharie Saint-Georges (in French)
- What Women Want: A Qualitative Analysis of Women’s Motivation to Pursue Surgical Careers, Stephanie Atkinson
- Group Intervention to Prevent Anxiety in the School Setting: A Critical Analysis of the Literature, Audrey Dupuis, Patricia Dionne, Frédéric Saussez (in French)
- The Impact of Career Focused Online Discussion Forums, Leigh Fowkes
In-progress research called “Research in Motion” was also published:
- Career Self-Efficacy as a Mediator Between Emotional Intelligence and Employment Planning Among US College Students, Magnus Gray, Minsung Kim, Seungyeon Lee
- Therapeutic Resonance Across the Miles, Janet Payne
Additionally, articles in the “Practitioners & Community Best Practices” category, which share new techniques, new programs and program results from the community level, were also contained in this issue:
- Developing an Industry Job Simulation Program for Graduate and Postdoctoral Trainees in Life Sciences, Katelyn Kozma, Anne Meyer-Miner, Jonathan Chio, Stefanie Mak, Ahmed El-Boraie, David Sealey
- Insights and Perspectives from the PhD to Employee Forum, Emily Bell, Helen Miliotis, Lorna MacEachern, Luciana Longo, Costas Karatzas, Ashley Brady
The Canadian Journal of Career Development is a partnership between CERIC and Memorial University of Newfoundland with the support of The Counselling Foundation of Canada. CJCD is published twice a year. It is free to subscribe to the digital editions and all issues of the open-access journal dating back to 2002 are available online.