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Family and Career Reconciliation: Family, Employer and Career Counsellor Perspectives

– family conflict among female factory workers in South Africa. Journal of Economics, Business and Management , 1(1), 30-41. 5. Moen, P. (2003). It’s about time: Couples and careers . ILR Press Books. 6. Neault R.A. & Pickerell D.A. (2005). Dual-career couples: The juggling act. Canadian Journal of Counselling , 39(3), 187-198. 7. Soderberg, A.M. (2006). Narrative interviewing and narrative analysis in a study of a cross-border merger. August Management International Review , 46, 397-416. 8. Virgilaitė-Mečkauskaitė, E. & Mažeikienė, N. (2012

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Career Education for Teachers: Reflections on ESF Project Implementation in Latvia

sadarbības tīkls [New cooperation network] (2007) Valsts izglītības attīstības agentūras Karjeras atbalsta departamenta ziņu izdevums Nr.4 [Newsletter of State Education Development Agency Career Support Department No. 4]. Rīga: VIAA, 1., 5. Koncepcija "Karjeras attīstības atbalsta sistēmas pilnveidošana" [Improvement of career development support system] (2006) Ministru kabineta 2006. gada 29. marta rīkojums Nr. 214. [Cabinet of Ministers order of March 29, 2006, No. 214]. Kincheloe, J. L. (2003) Teachers as

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Professional Identity Level of Social Pedagogy Students in the Context of Career Decisions

., Waterman, A. S., Matteson, D. R., Archer, S. L, & Orlofsky, J. L. (Eds.). (1993). Ego Identity: A Handbook for Psychosocial Research. NY: Springer. Mažeikienė, N., & Dorelaitienė, A. (2011). Biografinis metodas: socialinių darbuotojų vyrų profesinio identiteto tapsmas. Socialinis Darbas: Patirtis ir Metodai, 7(1), 51-70. O’Connor, K. E. (2008). ‘You choose to care’: Teachers, emotions and professional identity. Teaching and Teacher Education, 24 (1), 117-126. Porfeli, E. J. (2012). Career Adapt-Abilities Scale-USA Form

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Manager’s Personality and Their Professional Career

adulthood: A five-factor theory perspective. New York: The Guilford Press. Retrieved from www.proquest.com Costa, P. T., McCrae, R. R., & Holland, J. L. (1984). Personality and vocational interests in an adult sample. Journal of Applied Psychology , 69 , 390–400. Retrieved from www.psycnet.apa.org/psycinfo/1984-32863-001 Holland, J. L., & Gottfredson, G. D. (1975). Using a typology of persons andenvironments to explain careers: Some extensions and clarifications . Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, Md Centre for Study of Social Organization of Schools

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Career guidance in combating social exclusion and pathology among adolescents

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The Examination of the Factors Determining Career Engagement for Students Preparing for a Social Job

-51. Betz, N. E., & Taylor, K. M. (2012). Career Decision Self-Efficacy Scale and Short Form Sample Set. Manual, Instrument and Scoring Guide . Menlo Park, CA: Mind Garden. Billédi K. (1999). Pályaszocializáció vizsgálat szociális munkásoknál. In Dienes E., Kovács Z., & Takáts Á. I. (Eds.), XIV. Munkapszichológus szakmai napok, Tanulmányok és műhelybeszámolók (pp. 37-56). Esztergom: SZCSM Munkaügyi Kutató Intézete. Czeglédi Cs., & Juhász T.(2013). A pályakezdők munkaerő-piaci megfelelése a pályakezdők szemszögéből. Taylor , (3-4), 91-97. Csehné

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Career Plans of Novice University Teachers: The Research Perspective

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Introduction: The career trajectories of young university teachers have been a relatively frequent research target in North American and Western European countries but an entirely neglected topic of the Czech and Slovak educational research. This paper’s ambition is to narrow the gap. The research goal is to describe one aspect of career advancement of young university teachers - their professional plans after their entry to an academic position at a university after completion of their doctoral studies.

Methods: This qualitative investigation was concentrated on a sample of ten young university teachers currently employed in Czech universities. The data were gathered through in-depth interviews, sound recordings were converted to written transcripts, and then open- and category coded.

Results: The findings show how the young teachers adapted to the workplace environment, how they struggled with the double roles in academia, i.e., an instructor and a researcher, and which personal decisions they made for the next years in employment. I was revealed how the desire to attain assistant professorship overwhelmed their professional, occupational and personal decisions.

Limitations: As concerns the limitation of the findings, the qualitative investigation went deeply into the thinking and decision making of the study participants but was unable to draft wide generalisations.

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Barriers and facilitators to conducting research by early career psychiatrists: a literature review

psychiatric departments of American medical schools were found to be research-intensive ( Reynolds et al., 2009 ). Furthermore, the number of early career psychiatrists (ECPs) engaging in research appears to be reducing ( Silberman et al., 2012 ), although there are no precise data to explain this. One of the main goals of (academic and clinical) education in psychiatry should be to encourage individuals in the early stages of their careers to conduct research ( Dellis et al., 2014 ). The lack of motivation to pursue a career in psychiatry research could be addressed as

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Relatedness of Students’ Work Industrial Experience to the Professional Skills and Competence Development in Engineering Career at Nigerian Universities

., Jamaluddin, N., Kofli, T., & Johar, S. (2013). Industrial training as gateway to engineering career: experience sharing. Procedia-social and behavioral sciences , 102, 48–54. 4. Ballinger, C., & Lalwani, S. (2000). The role of internships in marine policy and integrated coastal management higher education. Ocean & coastal management , 43 (4–5), 409–426. 5. Bullock, K., Gould, V., Hejmadi, M., & Lock, G. (2009). Work placement experience: Should I stay or should I go? Higher education research & development , 28 (5), 481–494. 6. Collins, B. (2002

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Linking job expectation, career perception, intention to stay: Evidence from generation Y

References [1] Allen, D. G., Bryant, P.C., & Vandaman, J. M. (2010). Retaining talent: Replacing misconceptions with evidence-based strategies. Academy of Management Perspective , 24(2), pp. 48-64 [2] Balc A., & Bozkurt S., (2013). Job Expectations of Generation X and Y Teachers in Turkey. World Applied Sciences Journal, 21 (4), pp. 599-614 [3] Broadbridge, A., Odgen, S., & Maxwell, G. (2007). Experience, Perceptions and Expectations of Retail Employment for Generation Y. Career Development International [4] Ciarniene R., Kumpikaite, V

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