This paper makes an important contribution to the literature on well-being in relation to careers
, the career
-related functions that a protege receives through objective and subjective measures of career
success, the influence of attachment on career
-related variables, the value of a social constructionist paradigm for studying careers
, and the role of attachment in career
They also may lack detailed knowledge about the specialized training, intensity, dedication, time, and energy needed to pursue and maintain certain careers
Although Duffy and Blustein (2005) have provided preliminary evidence suggesting that spirituality and religiousness are predictive of career
decision self-efficacy, this line of research should be expanded to include a variety of other career
-related variables and populations at different stages in their careers
DA: What specific careers
will be affected most by today's shortage of skilled workers?
Training raised students' sense of control over achievements and perceptions of school as an instrument for future careers
, employment, and independence.
As participants move from high school to college and careers
, they too become mentors, sharing their experiences with younger participants.
Participants in Camerata touring activities mostly are graduate students in chamber music ensembles, and at least one member of the ensemble must have taken the two-semester Careers
in Music class.
After taking the tests, the reader is guided through scoring the tests and identifying groups of careers
that match identified skills.
However, there are about 20,000 job titles listed in the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational Outlook Handbook," says Mark Patton, president of MGC Publications in Milwaukee and author of Ultimate Careers
and Businesses, (MGC Publications; $12.
There are also several other resource documents related to careers
and employment available on the site.
First off, we need to vastly improve, both on the national and chapter levels, our career