Winter 2015 issue: Global Careers
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Book by Lionel Laroche and Caroline Yang – Review by Jon Woodend
Who works across borders and why? A primer
By Roberta Neault
Let’s debunk some myths on the international job search
By Jean-Marc Hachey
Many non-governmental organizations (NGOs) provide young Canadians with the opportunity to volunteer abroad, as long as they can be successful in getting selected
By Benoîte Labrosse
Advice on helping your clients who want to work overseas, by a career practitioner who made the big move
By Gillian Johnston
What exactly is cultural intelligence, how to measure it, and why should career professionals care?
By Rhonda Singer
CERIC survey delves into employer attitudes about the soft skills they want and their responsibility to provide training
By Mario R. Gravelle
THEORY CORNER: New Directions in Career Development Research
Back by popular demand, the Cannexus15 National Career Development Conference once again features research from Canadian graduate students in career development. Here’s a snapshot of their findings – and the implications for your work
Trade to Teaching: Second Career or Second Phase?, by Barb Gustafson
Career Education and Student Engagement, by Annelise Welde
Investigating Career Transitions of Major Junior Hockey Players, by Lauren K. McCoy
The theme for the next issue of Careering magazine (Spring-Summer 2015) will be Career Development in Organizations. If you are interested in submitting an article, note that the final version of all articles must be received by March 20, 2015. Please note our submission guidelines and send your article to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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