ABOUT THE JOURNAL
The African Journal of Career Development (AJCD) is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal that provides a forum for the dissemination of cutting-edge research relating to career development predominantly in Africa (but also to career development elsewhere in the world). The core aim of the AJCD is to promote sustainable decent work for all. Here, decent work is regarded as a basic human right for all those who are willing and able to work. View our Editorial Team.


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 LATEST ARTICLES

Reviewer Acknowledgement

 
Acknowledgement to reviewers  
Editorial Office
12 December 2022

Original Research

 
Their stories: Children, exemplary models and career narratives  
Hande Sensoy-Briddick, William C. Briddick
12 December 2022

Original Research - Topical Collection: Looking through a 'hope- and purpose-enhancing career development' lens

 
‘Indlela ibuzwa kwabaphambili’: Using indigenous knowledge practices to support first-year first-generation African students in their career transition to higher education  
Boitumelo M. Diale
30 September 2022

Original Research

 
Priorities in 21st century career counselling: Implications for counselling psychology training  
Kamilla V. Rawatlal
28 September 2022

Original Research

 
Efficacy of career guidance and counselling among secondary schools in Uganda  
Anne T. Otwine, Leonsio Matagi, John M. Kiweewa, Herbert E. Ainamaani
22 September 2022

Original Research

 
Psychometric properties of the South African Career Interest Inventory – Short  
Brandon Morgan
22 July 2022

Original Research - Topical Collection: Looking through a 'hope- and purpose-enhancing career development' lens

 
Affect as a predictor of occupational engagement, career adaptability and career decidedness  
Paul J. Hartung, Jeannine M. Taylor, Brian J. Taber
11 July 2022

Original Research

 
Career agility for purposive career exploration: Role of adult learners’ career orientations and digital-era world of work awareness  
Melinde Coetzee
30 May 2022

Original Research

 
Race and gender in the evolution of career decision-making: A psycho-anthropological review  
Indira Pillay
21 April 2022

Table of Contents

 
Table of Contents Vol 3, No 1 (2021)  
Editorial Office
30 December 2021
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Blended learning environments to foster self-directed learning. This book contributes to blended learning for fostering self-directed learning skills and dispositions. Download the open access PDF: https://bit.ly/3FMZEYy . Edited by Christo van der Westhuizen, Mncedisi C. Maphalala, and Roxanne Bailey from the North-West University in South Africa.

 
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Music, Art & Emotion: Depictions of the Night inspired by Romantic Art Song. A contribution to new knowledge about the experiences of artists and their practice. Download the open access PDF: https://bit.ly/3BuGEeW . Edited by Conroy Cupido from the North-West University in South Africa.

 
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Press Release: Call for new journal proposals

 

You are invited to submit a proposal for a new scholarly journal that AOSIS aims to publish. AOSIS will award one successful proposer with the funding necessary to start the publication in 2023. The proposer will also be eligible to join the journal's Editorial Board. Click here https://bit.ly/3UnhW6M to submit your proposal. Read more at https://bit.ly/3OU3l1S

 
Posted: 2022-12-01 More...

Call for Papers: AJCD Topical Issue

 

We invite authors to submit their research papers for consideration for the Topical Issue to be published in the African Journal of Career Development in 2023. Submissions for the issue, themed ‘Promoting ‘best practice’ in career development theory, research, practice, and policy: Reflecting on global developments, idiosyncratic perspectives, and shared realities’ closes on 30 April 2023. To find out more, please visit https://bit.ly/3xZIOBF

 
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