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Karjeros projektavimas: tyrimai ir konsultavimas
Career Designing: Research and Counselling

Publishing House: Studijų kokybės ir karjeros tyrimų grupė (Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas)
Subject(s): Social Sciences
Frequency: 1 issues
Print ISSN: 2335-2191
Status: Ceased Publication

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Short Description

The journal “Career Designing: Research and Counselling” is a new international journal meant to be a forum for diverse and competing philosophies and practices of career designing and counselling. The publication of both theoretical and empirical research about career designing will advance the field by enabling readers to analyse, evaluate, and develop their own effective strategic employment of human resources in the education system, labour market, and global economy in the context of fast changing challenges of knowledge economy. Being published in both the Lithuanian and English languages the journal offers local researchers and practitioners to join together in international discussions with the researchers, practitioners, and policy makers aimed at resolving issues and problems in career education (choosing profession) and planning (further career development) issues. We expect the journal to contribute to the intense dialogue between the researchers and practitioners of Lithuania, Europe and overall global academic society by obtaining supplementary information about progressing changes in vocational and career counselling field. This intellectual cooperation is supremely relevant for Lithuania being a member of the European Union and aiming to join both the European Vocational Training Area (The Copenhagen Declaration, 2002; The Maastricht Communiqué, 2004) and Higher Education Area (The Bologna Process, 1999).