Career Development Quarterly

The quarterly official journal of the National Career Development Association (NCDA). Publishes articles on career interventions, career counseling, individual and organizational career development, work and leisure, career education, career coaching, and

Articles from Vol. 49, No. 3, March

Career Development and Its Practice: A Historical Perspective
The use of the term career development as descriptive of both the factors and the processes influencing individual career behavior and as synonymous with intervention in career behavior (e.g., the practice of career development) is relatively recent....
Career Rehabilitation: Integration of Vocational Rehabilitation and Career Development in the Twenty-First Century
The concept of career rehabilitation, a paradigm that proposes integrating perspectives from vocational rehabilitation and career development, is introduced. Counselors are encouraged to assess how vocational handicaps secondary to a disabling problem...
Computer-Based Career Planning Systems: Dreams and Realities
The authors look back more than 30 years to those who introduced the use of the computer as an important new tool to assist students in the area of career development. To what extent have dreams been realized and concerns allayed? Rapid advances in technology,...
Integrating Work, Family, and Community through Holistic Life Planning
This article provides a rationale and interdisciplinary framework for integrating work and other dimensions of life by (a) reviewing relevant changes in society and the career development and counseling profession, (b) describing one holistic career-planning...
Introduction to the Commemorative Issue
The professional practice of career development is generally recognized as beginning with Frank Parsons's pioneering work in 1909. During the twentieth century, career counselors were instrumental in efforts that ranged from helping to integrate new...
Knowledge-Information-Service Era Changes in Work and Education and the Changing Role of the School Counselor in Career Education
The Knowledge-Information-Service Era (KIS) is reflecting exponential changes in social, economic, government, career, education, work, and other life systems. Changes in work and workplace present a challenge to education and "educationplace" to provide...
Selected Milestones in the Evolution of Career Development Practices in the Twentieth Century
This article briefly chronicles selected major events and personalities that have stimulated and shaped career development practices in the 20th century. In its headings by decades, the article seeks to contextualize major political, social, economic,...
Theoretical Voices Directing the Career Development Journey: Holland, Harris-Bowlsbey, and Krumboltz
The counselor's role in facilitating career development remains dynamic as lifelong learning, expanding lifestyle options, and the changing workplace present new opportunities. In response, most practitioners follow some common theoretical assumptions...
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