Career Development Theory and Career Management Models
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Topics covered include:
- Chaos theory,
- Holland's theory of vocational decisions,
- Career construction,
- Cognitive information processing,
- Super's career development stages,
- Career metaphors,
- and more.
Career Development Theories and Career Management Models
Literature Search (Updated March 2017)
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