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The first purpose of this study was to develop a scale of work–life balance for Turkish working women and men. The second purpose was to investigate the mediating effect of work–life balance between work–family conflict, family–work conflict, and life satisfaction. In Study 1 (N = 274), a...
Attending university can assist students to make informed and realistic choices regarding their career. However, career development is a complex process and there are discipline-specific aspects to consider. In Information Technology, no clear career developmental pathway is evident in the...
This study considers the career identities of Vietnamese students studying at an offshore (Australian) university in Vietnam. The students had completed the first module of a new career development learning program called Career Passport. As part of the program, students were required to write a...
Universities are attempting to respond to recent changes in the employment sector in order to ensure graduates are job ready. One approach for preparing students for the evolving employment sector is to expose them to work-integrated learning experiences during their undergraduate degree....
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