The career of an occupational psychology graduate: employment, employability and identity

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Elsey, Vicki;
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This thesis explored the factors contributing to the employability and identity development of occupational psychology graduates at various career stages. A mixed methods approach was taken to achieve three broad aims of the professional doctorate: 1) raising awareness ... View more
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