Academic journal article Career Development Quarterly

New Editor's Introduction

Academic journal article Career Development Quarterly

New Editor's Introduction

Article excerpt

As a profession, career counseling has become more difficult and exciting in recent years. Work is rapidly changing. Job security has disappeared for all but a few workers. The nature of our clientele and the type of help they need from us have become much more diverse. The consequence of these changes is that we career counselors must be prepared to be surprised at work every day.

It is my hope that The Career Development Quarterly (CDQ) will serve as a valuable resource for all readers. Our professional interests and job tasks as career development experts can appear to be quite different, as reflected in the range of articles that CDQ has published over the years. Yet we can all learn from each other, whether we are theorists, practitioners, or researchers. It is my mission as editor to facilitate communication among us through CDQ, by striving to ensure that the journal's contents are readable, relevant, and stimulating and represent the best of what we know about career development today.

Previous editors have set a standard of excellence that I aspire to maintain. …

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