Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) 256.
Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act of 1992 (WARN) 264.
This list of career research paper topics is provided to help students and researchers with a comprehensive list of career-related issues.
It classifies topics into 10 themes: (1) theoretical perspectives on careers; (2) the social context of careers, including the contemporary workplace; cultural and international perspectives; ethnicity, gender, and diversity; organizational environment; social class and background; and work-life interface; (3) the evolution and development of careers; (4) decision making and career development; (5) variations in career patterns and career success; (6) career development initiatives; (7) legislative and regulatory mandates; (8) assessment areas and techniques; (9) job search and organizational recruiting; and (10) professional associations.
We have kept the topical essays concise, easy to read, and jargon free, while ensuring that the content reflects the most current thinking and research on the particular topic.
Our goal was to make this collection the premier reference tool for students, scholars, practitioners, and others interested in gaining knowledge or conducting research on career-related research paper topics.
Although some papers may have multiple authors, only the Early Career Scholar submitting the paper will be identified with a photo and brief bio when the paper is published.
Authors from around the world are invited to submit papers that span the topical coverage of including advanced ceramics, metals, polymers, composites, and combinations thereof related to energy, electrical, magnetic, optical, and structural properties and related applications and reporting on: Guest Editors Gary L.
Note our manuscript submission minimum length of 3250 words, with at least 6 and no more than 10 figures and tables.
(Additional figures and tables may be submitted as supplemental material.).