Perfectionism in students and positive career planning attitudes

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Stoeber, J.; Mutinelli, S.; Corr, P. J.;

In today's uncertain job market, university students who show positive attitudes in their career planning have an advantage. Yet, we know little what personality characteristics are associated with individual differences in career planning attitudes. The present study e... View more
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