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Counseling for an European or International Career


  • Constantin CODERIE

    (“Artifex” University, Bucharest)


It is obviously clear that changes on the labor force market lead to significant modifications on jobs or careers. Careers are different from what they used to be and also much more difficult to coordinate.In these differences are included: a greater need of individuals to look into the future and to ensure they continuously improve their skills and knowledge to keep their jobs. A consequence of this fac tis the need to see the learning process as a lifelong one, not limited to childhood and younghood, organizations must, too, to look in perspective in order to develop their own skills and knowledge needed for survival; fewer promotions inside organizations and (duet o de-stratification), a greater increase of status and responsibilities when promotions are made.

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  • Constantin CODERIE, 2012. "Counseling for an European or International Career," Romanian Statistical Review Supplement, Romanian Statistical Review, vol. 60(2), pages 244-249, May.
  • Handle: RePEc:rsr:supplm:v:60:y:2012:i:2:p:244-249

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