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

Original Research

 
Map of self-perceived growth for reviewing user journey and negotiating career transitions  
Xuebing Su, Victor C.W. Wong
15 September 2020

Original Research

 
Facets of career agility as explanatory mechanisms of employees’ career adaptability  
Melinde Coetzee, Marais S. Bester, Nadia Ferreira, Ingrid L. Potgieter
28 May 2020

Editorial

 
Editorial: ‘Ecological crisis–anthropological crisis’  
Jean Guichard
07 May 2020

Original Research

 
What work should be and bring: Representations of decent work in Togo  
Pazambadi Kazimna, Yawo A. Holu, Akila Alfa, Masamaésso Tchonda, Paboussoum Pari, Jonas Masdonati
11 March 2020

Review Article

 
Factors that influence transition from high school to higher education: A case of the JuniorTukkie programme  
Petrus Lombard
26 February 2020

Review Article

 
Prioritising career guidance and development services in post-apartheid South Africa  
Anthony L. Pillay
30 January 2020

Case Study

 
Student well-being in Veterinary Sciences: Implications for student support and career agility  
Irma Eloff
10 December 2019

Original Research

 
Employer requirements and employability mindsets influencing graduate workers’ self-confidence in gaining employment  
Melinde Coetzee, Nadia Ferreira, Ingrid L. Potgieter
09 October 2019

Case Study

 
A life design-related career development intervention for working adults in the manufacturing, engineering and related sectors  
Nicola Taylor, Chris Beukes
13 June 2019
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