100 years of applied psychology research on individual careers: From career management to retirement.

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The Journal of applied psychology, ISSN: 1939-1854, Vol: 102, Issue: 3, Page: 546-563

Publication Year:
2017
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28150985
DOI:
10.1037/apl0000143
Author(s):
Wang, Mo, Wanberg, Connie R
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American Psychological Association (APA)
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Psychology
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This article surveys 100 years of research on career management and retirement, with a primary focus on work published in the Journal of Applied Psychology. Research on career management took off in the 1920s, with most attention devoted to the development and validation of career interest inventories. Over time, research expanded to attend to broader issues such as the predictors and outcomes of career interests and choice; the nature of career success and who achieves it; career transitions and adaptability to change; retirement decision making and adjustment; and bridge employment. In this article, we provide a timeline for the evolution of the career management and retirement literature, review major theoretical perspectives and findings on career management and retirement, and discuss important future research directions. (PsycINFO Database Record

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