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Impact of Career Development
Topics covered include:
- Graduate employability,
- Career interventions,
- Economic value of guidance,
- Impact of career development on organizations,
- Impact on retention and academic performance,
- Impact on job performance and career satisfaction,
- and more.
(Updated March 2017)
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