Career Aspirations of Non-Managerial Women: Adjustment and Adaptation
Journal of Career Development
This study addresses career aspirations and planning among non-managerial women. Results indicate career goals often are adapted to meet other life circumstances ; and that family responsibilities, job security, and organizational support systems influence career success and satisfaction. Recommendations for organizationally based career initiatives focused on women in non-managerial positions are provided.
hite, mcdonald, career aspirations, non-managerial women, adjustment, adaptation, adjustment and adaptation
Industrial and Organizational Psychology | Organizational Behavior and Theory
Linda M. Hite and Kimberly S. McDonald (2003).
Career Aspirations of Non-Managerial Women: Adjustment and Adaptation. Journal of Career Development.29 (4), 221-235.