Career Development Theories and Their Implications for High School Career Guidance and Counseling

Ireh, Maduakolam
December 1999
High School Journal;Dec/Jan2000, Vol. 83 Issue 2, p28
Academic Journal
Provides information on a study which discussed some career development theories and their implications for career and guidance counseling practitioners in high schools. Details on the prominent theories; Implications for career and guidance counseling; Conclusion.


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