Fall Publications

The Career Development Quarterly (CDQ) is the premier journal of NCDA and a benefit of NCDA membership. Members may access the electronic version of the Journal by logging in and clicking on Members Only Resources under their name, on the upper right side of the website. This access is completely searchable of a issues!

The Table of Contents for the September 2020 issue is listed below. Read more details about the CDQ (include Submission Guidelines) by clicking on Publications: Career Development Quarterly.

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QUARTERLY Volume 68 Number 3 September 2020



Career Adaptability, Resilience, and Life Satisfaction Among Italian and Belgian Middle-School Students

Sara Santilli, Silke Grossen, and Laura Nota


Social Status and Decent Work: Test of a Moderated Mediation Model

Na-Rae Kim, Haram J. Kim, and Ki-Hak Lee


Effects of a Career Course on Chinese High-School Student Career Decision-Making Readiness

Xueying Gu, Mei Tang, Shi Chen, and Meredith L.T. Montgomery


Shame and the Psychosocial Costs of Contemporary Work: Implications for Career Intervention

Rachel Gali Cinamon and David L. Blustein


Expectations of Career Counseling and their Effect on Client Satisfaction

Rita Chiesa, Gerardo Petruzziello, Marco Giovanni Mariani, and Dina



Inconsistent Vocational Personalities: A Multiple-Case Study of

Commonalities and Characteristics

Suzanne Savickas



The Fall 2020 issue of Career Developments magazine will be combined with the Winter issue. Watch for an announcement about the release date. View the Table of Contents of the most recent issue (as well as editorial and submission information) under Publications:Career Developments.


The current issue of the NCDA web magazine, Career Convergence, is online now. View it online anytime at www.careerconvergence.org. Members/Subscribers always receive an email link to the web magazine automatically on the first of the month - please make sure to keep your email address up-to-date with NCDA by logging in and checking your profile. Submissions welcome anytime.

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