New Relationships: Understanding & Supporting the Contemporary ‌: Understanding and Supporting the Contemporary Worker.

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Arthur, M. B. 2003. New Relationships: Understanding & Supporting the Contemporary ‌: Understanding and Supporting the Contemporary Worker.
AuthorsArthur, M. B.
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Times have changed, and both jobs and their associated 'career ladders' appear more temporary, and more elusive, than before. Yet people still seek certain fundamentals - security, community, and self-fulfilment - from their working
lives. How can we still help to provide these fundamentals in a time of greater uncertainty? One answer lies in finding continuity in what we used to see as discontinuous events. People may change jobs, but retain the relationships and support systems that they had before. This paper draws on
examples from a recent book The New Careers by Professor Michael Arthur and colleagues and discusses the implications of these examples for future research and practice.

Keywordscareer ladder working live community
Year2003
PublisheriCeGS - International Centre for Guidance Studies, University of Derby
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