Sustainable Career Guidance During the Pandemic: Building Pathways into a ‘New Normal’

@article{apale2021SustainableCG,
  title={Sustainable Career Guidance During the Pandemic: Building Pathways into a ‘New Normal’},
  author={Sandra {\vS}apale and Dzintra Ili{\vs}ko and Jelena Badjanova},
  journal={Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education},
  year={2021},
  volume={12},
  pages={140 - 150}
}
Abstract The COVID-19 pandemic has influenced regular patters of career guidance. Globally everything has stopped: projects were postponed, and workplaces were closed but this situation has pushed career counselors to search for new opportunities about how career guidance could be carried out. The pandemic has intensified existing challenges in society, adding complexity for the processes of a transition of educational systems towards digitalization and have intensified the need for remote… 
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