Journal of Career Assessment (JCA) provides methodologically sound, empirically based studies focusing on the process and techniques by which counselors gain understanding of the individual faced with making informed career decisions. The journal covers the various techniques, tests, inventories, rating scales, interview schedules, surveys, and direct observational methods used in scientifically based practice to provide an improved understanding of career decision-making.
Asia Pacific Career Development Journal (APCDJ) is an international biannual scholarly journal dedicated to all career development and intervention related topics, such as career counseling, individual and organizational career development, work and leisure, career education, career coaching, and career management. Issues are published each March and September. The inaugural issue was published in September, 2018.
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The Asia Pacific Career Development Journal (APCDJ) is an international biannual publication dedicated to all career development and intervention related topics. It is the official journal of the Asia Pacific Career Development Association (APCDA; www.asiapacificcda.org).
Behind the Science of Career Development podcast will feature the authors of Asia Pacific Career Development Journal articles, providing a glimpse of the work that went into creating the journal articles. Our first podcast is about the Transgender Workplace Experience. The review was guided by a strength-based perspective, highlighting the adaptability, flexibility, and resiliency of transgender individuals
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