Understanding career decisionmaking and progression: Careership revisited

@article{Hodkinson2009UnderstandingCD,
  title={Understanding career decisionmaking and progression: Careership revisited},
  author={Phil. Hodkinson and John Killeen and Memorial Lecture},
  journal={Journal of the National Institute for Career  Education and Counselling},
  year={2009}
}
In this lecture, I will draw upon my research career to present my latest ideas about career decision-making and career progression. Career decision-making was one of my first research interests, as part of a longitudinal study of the short-lived Training Credits scheme for young people, in the early 1990s. Based upon that work, I, Andrew Sparkes and Heather Hodkinson developed a new theory of career decisionmaking, which we termed ‘Careership’. Since then, further research conducted by myself… 
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