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International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance

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08.06.2018

A longitudinal examination of the causes and effects of burnout based on the job demands-resources model

The purpose of this study is to longitudinally examine the job demands-resources model of corporate burnout, as well as the effects of burnout on intentions to quit. To achieve this goal, this study adopts a latent-growth model using panel data …

07.06.2018

Vocation as psyche’s call: a depth psychological perspective on the emergence of calling through symptoms at midlife

Vocation, as distinct from career, is not something one chooses but something to which one is called. Bringing a depth psychological perspective to debates around calling, I argue that surrendering the ego or personal will into a relationship with …

17.05.2018

“Science of the singular”: an explanatory single case study of whole school guidance counselling in Ireland

This article will discuss the findings of a single explanatory case study on the model of whole school guidance counselling in the Irish secondary school system, which was carried out during a turbulent period of policy and practice changes in the …

17.05.2018

Challenges in implementing ICT in career services: perspectives from career development experts

This article reports the findings from a phenomenographic investigation into career development experts’ conceptions of challenges involved in the implementation of information and communication technologies (ICT) in career services. The results …

28.04.2018

Validation of the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale–Short Form across different age groups in the Turkish context

A short 12-item version of the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale–Short Form (CAAS-SF) was validated across three different age groups in the Turkish context. Scale scores demonstrated adequate to high internal consistency and 4-week test–retest …

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The International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance recognizes and promotes the importance of educational and vocational guidance throughout the whole international community. It publishes articles in relation to work and leisure, career development, career counseling and guidance and career education.

Coverage in the International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance has an international content, such as comparative studies, multi or cross-cultural perspectives, and regional surveys, as well as features topics of broad international interest, such as theoretical developments and ethical issues. The journal also contains important national developments that are of wider interest. All articles present implications for practice.

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Nicht nur Start-ups besorgen sich Kapital auf digitalem Weg, sondern zunehmend auch traditionelle Mittelständler. Christopher Gräz, CEO der Kapilendo AG, erklärt die Vorgehensweise von Crowd-Plattformen und deren Vorteile für etablierte Unternehmen.
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