L'orientation tout au long de la vie: Une réalité incontournable du développement de carrière des adultes

  • Gingras M
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Studying adult career development is a relatively new issue in vocational psychology. Previously, this phenomenon was mainly approached during adolescence because, most of the time, occupational choices - which were supposed to last -were made during this period of life. Nevertheless, changes in the world of work and in education during these last years had as a consequence that different transitions mark now any adult life. It becomes then fundamental to remodel the concep tions of adult career development in the light of life-span counseling and to propose an implementation of certain interventions in this perspective. © 2005 Association internationale de psychologie du travail de langue française. Publié par Elsevier SAS. Tous droits réservés.

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  • Adult
  • Career development
  • Life-span career counseling
  • Transition
  • Vocational psychology

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