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Subject Week: Career Opportunities

May 11, 2020

Time flies. It’s the end of the academic year. For some of you it is the last year at university and the time has come to look for job opportunities We wish you good luck in the future! Stay safe and keep on studying and working turning a new page in your life. Here are our suggestions on the topic.


  1. Levine, A. G. (2015). Networking for nerds: Find, access and land hidden game-changing career opportunities everywhere. Retrieved from ProQuest Ebook Central
  2. Meeks, J. S. (2018). Gracious leadership: Lead like you've never led before. Retrieved from ProQuest Ebook Central
  3. Danukarjanto, L. (2017). Stuff I Wish I Knew Earlier: Unlock Your Career Potential. Retrieved from  ProQuest Ebook Central
  4. The Merit Systems Protection Board. (2017). Fair and Equitable Treatment: Progress Made and Challenges Remaining. Retrieved from  ProQuest Ebook Central
  5. Liautaud, M. (2016). Breaking through: Stories and best practices from companies that help women succeed. Retrieved from  ProQuest Ebook Central
  6. Barnett, B. (2015). The strategic career: Let business principles guide you. Retrieved from  ProQuest Ebook Central
  7. Lucas, A. A. (2015). Career opportunities in counseling and psychology. Retrieved from ProQuest  Ebook Central
  8. McMahon, M., & Watson, M. (Eds.). (2015). Career assessment: Qualitative approaches. Retrieved from  ProQuest Ebook Central
  9. Runde, J. A. (2016). Unequaled: Tips for building a successful career through emotional intelligence. Retrieved from  ProQuest Ebook Central
  10. Committee on the Future Career Opportunities and Educational Requirements for Digital Curation, Board on Research Data and Information, Policy and Global Affairs, and National Research Council. (2015). Preparing the workforce for digital curation. Retrieved from  ProQuest Ebook Central


  1. Nilsson, P. A., & Ripmeester, N. (2016). International Student Expectations: Career Opportunities and Employability. Journal of International Students, 6(2), 614–631. Retrieved from EBSCO
  2. Cheong, K.-C., Hill, C., Leong, Y.-C., & Zhang, C. (2018). Employment as a Journey or a Destination? Interpreting Graduates’ and Employers’ Perceptions--A Malaysia Case Study. Studies in Higher Education, 43(4), 702–718. Retrieved from EBSCO
  3. Caricati, L., Chiesa, R., Guglielmi, D., & Mariani, M. G. (2016). Real and perceived employability: a comparison among Italian graduates. Journal of Higher Education Policy & Management, 38(4), 490–502. Retrieved from EBSCO
  4. de Blaquière, G., Nolan, J. E., & Wray, K. (2019). Joining up the Dots: Telling the Story of Employability. How Can Students in Higher Education Be Supported to Better Understand and Articulate Their Employability? Journal of Teaching and Learning for Graduate Employability, 10(2), 15–35. Retrieved from EBSCO
  5. LISÁ, E., HENNELOVÁ, K., & NEWMAN, D. (2019). Comparison between employers’ and students’ expectations in respect of employability skills of university graduates. International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning, 20(1), 71. Retrieved from EBSCO
  6. Divan, A., & McBurney, S. (2016). Understanding How Students Manage Their Employability. New Directions in the Teaching of Physical Sciences, 11(1). Retrieved from EBSCO
  7. Xin, L., Zhou, W., Li, M., & Tang, F. (2020). Career Success Criteria Clarity as a Predictor of Employment Outcomes. Frontiers in Psychology, 11(1). Retrieved from EBSCO
  8. He, C., Gu, J., Wu, W., Zhai, X., & Song, J. (2017). Social media use in the career development of graduate students: The mediating role of internship effectiveness and the moderating role of zhongyong. Higher Education, 74(6), 1033-1051. Retrieved from ProQuest Central
  9. Maor, K. H., Michaeli, Y., Dickson, D. J., Scharf, M., & Shulman, S. (2019). Personality maturation among emerging adults and future career success. Career Development International, 24(2), 146-162. Retrieved from ProQuest Central
  10. Harder, A., Andenoro, A., Roberts, T., Stedman, N., Newberry, M., Parker, S., & Rodriguez, M. (2015). Does Study Abroad Increase Employability?. NACTA Journal, 59(1), 41-48. Retrieved from JSTOR
  11. Silva, P., Lopes, B., Costa, M., Seabra, D., Melo, A., Brito, E., & Dias, G. (2016). Stairway to employment? Internships in higher education. Higher Education, 72(6), 703-721. Retireved from JSTOR

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