Attitude to the future professional activity of students-metallurgists

Suriakova, Marina
July 2016
Metallurgical & Mining Industry;2016, Issue 7, p36
Academic Journal
The article presents the research results of attitude of future professionals to the career. The attitude is a factor of regulation of professional work of the specialist and determines its effectiveness.


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