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Career and Vocational Research

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2023Ertl, B., Hartmann, F., & Wunderlich, A. (2023). Stability of vocational interests during university studies. Journal of Individual Differences, 0(0), 1-20.
2023Zheng, A., Hoff, K. A., Hanna, A., Einarsdóttir, S., Rounds, J., & Briley, D. A. (2023). Job characteristics and personality change in young adulthood: A 12-year longitudinal study and replication. Journal of Personality, 00, 1–18.
2022Chu, C., Russell, M. T., Hoff, K. A., Jonathan Phan, W. M., & Rounds, J. (2022). What do interest inventories measure? The convergence and content validity of four RIASEC inventories. Journal of Career Assessment, 30(4), 776-801.
2022Clochard, A. (2022). Using network analysis of job transitions to inform career advice [Doctoral dissertation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology].
2022Hoff, K. A., Chu, C., Einarsdóttir, S., Briley, D. A., Hanna, A., & Rounds, J. (2022). Adolescent vocational interests predict early career success: Two 12‐year longitudinal studies. Applied Psychology, 71(1), 49-75.
2022Hoff, K., Van Egdom, D., Napolitano, C., Hanna, A., & Rounds, J. (2022). Dream jobs and employment realities: How adolescents’ career aspirations compare to labor demands and automation risks. Journal of Career Assessment, 30(1), 134-156.
2022Khorasani, N., Vahid, L., & Boerchi, D. (2022). Children’s vocational interests: The first psychometric validation of the multilingual iconographic professional interests inventory (MIPII) in Iran. Current Psychology, 1–14.
2022Li, J., Flores, L. Y., Yang, H., Weng, Q., & Zhu, L. (2022). The role of autonomy support and job crafting in interest incongruence: A mediated moderation model. Journal of Career Development, 49(5), 1181–1195.
2022McChesney, J. E., Behrend, T. S., & Glosenberg, A. (2022). Stereotypical descriptions of computer science career interests are not representative of many computer scientists. Scientific Reports, 12(1), 1-9.
2022Oschinski, M., & Nguyen, T. (2022). Finding the right job: A skills-based approach to career planning (Study 86). Institute for Research on Public Policy.
2022Song, Q. C., Shin, H. J., Tang, C., Hanna, A., & Behrend, T. (2022). Investigating machine learning's capacity to enhance the prediction of career choices. Personnel Psychology.
2022Temizkan, E., Davutoğlu, C., Aran, O. T., & Kayıhan, H. (2022). Effects of vocational rehabilitation group intervention on motivation and occupational self‐awareness in individuals with intellectual disabilities: A single blind, randomised control study. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 35(1), 196-204.
2021Chen, C. C., Garven, S. A., Jones, K. T., & Scarlata, A. N. (2021). Is career guidance sending the right message about accounting work? Comparing accounting with competing professions. Accounting Education, 30(4), 355-384.
2021Cherubini, M., Lu, A. J., Hsiao, J. C. Y., Zhao, M., Aggarwal, A., & Dillahunt, T. R. (2021, June). Elucidating skills for job seekers: insights and critical concerns from a field deployment in Switzerland. Presentation at Designing Interactive Systems Conference 2021, Virtual Conference.
2021Hanna, A., Briley, D., Einarsdóttir, S., Hoff, K., & Rounds, J. (2021). Fit gets better: A longitudinal study of changes in interest fit in educational and work environments. European Journal of Personality, 35(4), 557-580.
2021Huang, A., & Baker, M. (2021). Exploring skill-based career transitions for entry-level hospitality and tourism workers. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 48, 368-373.
2021Huang, A.Y., Fisher, T., Ding, H. and Guo, Z. (2021). A network analysis of cross-occupational skill transferability for the hospitality industry. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 33(12), 4215-4236.
2021Jones, K. S., Newman, D. A., Su, R., & Rounds, J. (2021). Black-White differences in vocational interests: Meta-analysis and boundary conditions. Journal of Business and Psychology, 36(4), 589-607.
2021Nye, C. D., Wille, B., Amory, J., & De Fruyt, F. (2021). Are work activities related to interest change over time? A 22-year longitudinal study. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 121(4), 865–893.
2021Pischke, J. S., & Lordan, G. (2021). Does Rosie like riveting? Male and female occupational choices. Economica.
2021Probst, R. W. (2021). Improving job fit and productivity in New Zealand: A critical assessment of John Holland’s RIASEC Model [Master's thesis, Massey University].
2020Borbély-Pecze, T. B. (2020). The changing relationship between people and their job–the validity of career information. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 48(3), 430-437.
2020Hanna, A., & Rounds, J. (2020). How accurate are interest inventories? A quantitative review of career choice hit rates. Psychological Bulletin, 146(9), 765-796.
2020Hoff, K. A., Song, Q. C., Wee, C. J. M., Phan, W. M. J., & Rounds, J. (2020). Interest fit and job satisfaction: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 123, 103503.
2020Holland, J.L. (2020). My life with a theory: John L. Holland's Autobiography and Theory of Careers (J. R. Raymond & G. D. Gottfredson, Ed.). Broken Arrow, OK: National Career Development Association.
2020Kanders K., Djumalieva, J., Sleeman, C. and Orlik, J. (2020). Mapping career causeways: Supporting workers at risk. London: Nesta.
2020Lent, R. W., & Brown, S. D. (2020). Career decision making, fast and slow: Toward an integrative model of intervention for sustainable career choice. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 120, 103448.
2020Ludwikowski, W. M., Schechinger, H. A., & Armstrong, P. I. (2020). Are interest assessments propagating gender differences in occupations? Journal of Career Assessment, 28(1), 14-27.
2020Maldonado, L. G., Kim, K., & Threeton, M. D. (2020). An application of Holland's theory to career interests and selected careers of automotive technology students. Journal of Career and Technical Education, 35(1), 36-54.
2020Oliveira, Í. M., Porfeli, E. J., do Céu Taveira, M., & Lee, B. (2020). Children's career expectations and parents' jobs: Intergenerational (dis) continuities. The Career Development Quarterly, 68(1), 63-77.
2020Schultz, L. (2020). Vocational expectations from adolescence to early adulthood: An integrative exploration of their formation, consistency, change, and predictive value [Doctoral dissertation, Washington University of St. Louis]. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing.
2020Washington, S. E., Jaegers, L. A., & Katz, I. (2020). Vocational interests of women incarcerated and perceived barriers to societal reentry. Annals of International Occupational Therapy, 3(4), 194-199.
2020Washington, S., & Jaegers, L. (2020). Assessing vocational interests among incarcerated women using the Occupational Information Network (O* NET). The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 74(4 Suppl. 1).
2020Xu, H., & Li, H. (2020). Operationalize interest congruence: A comparative examination of four approaches. Journal of Career Assessment, 28(4), 571-588.
2019Chi, J., Leuty, M. E., Bullock-Yowell, E., & Dahlen, E. R. (2019). Work value differentiation and profile elevation: What do they predict? Journal of Career Assessment, 27(4), 693-710.
2019Mujtaba, D., & Mahapatra, N. (2019, December). Towards data-enabled career planning with the occupational information network (O NET). Paper presented at the 2019 International Conference on Computational Science and Computational Intelligence, Las Vegas, USA.
2018Bhatnagar, M. (2018). Career guidance in India based on O*NET and cultural variables. International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, 18, 81-99.
2018North Carolina Department of Commerce. (2018). North Carolina career clusters guide. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina Department of Commerce. Retrieved July 25, 2019 from.
2018Wyant, A., Manzoni, A., & McDonald, S. (2018). Social skill dimensions and career dynamics. Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World, 4, 2378023118768007.
2017Athanasou, J. A. (2017). A preliminary examination of occupations and interests in Australia. Australian Journal of Career Development, 26, 81-88.
2017Center on Education Policy, The George Washington University Graduate School of Education and Human Development (2017). Building competencies for careers: Linking O*NET's occupational elements with deeper learning competencies(ED583033). ERIC.
2017McGurran, B. (2017, July 6). Ask Brianna: Learn how to put your liberal arts degree to work. Omaha World-Herald.
2017Miller, C. C., & Bui, Q. (2017, July 27). Switching careers doesn't have to be hard: Charting jobs that are similar to yours. New York Times.
2017Zuidema, B. (2017). What's next for my career? Retrieved February 27, 2017.
2016Agrawal, A., & Tambe, P. (2016). Private equity and workers' career paths: The role of technological change. Review of Financial Studies, 29, 2455-2489.
2016Burns, S. T., Garcia, G. L., Smith, D. M., & Goodman, S. R. (2016). Adding career biographies and career narratives to career interest inventories. Journal of Employment Counseling, 53, 98-111.
2016Gillett, R. (2016, October 14). The 18 best jobs for people who hate people. Business Insider. Retrieved January 27, 2017.
2016Loudenback, T. (2016). The 20 best jobs for people who love to solve problems. Business Insider. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
2016Martin, E. (2016). 17 jobs to avoid if you hate confrontation. Business Insider. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
2016Pipia, A. & Smith, J. (2016). The 17 highest-paying jobs for people who are great at multitasking. Business Insider. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
2016Pipia, A. (2016). The 19 best jobs for people who hate paperwork. Business Insider. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
2016Wei, H., Cromwell, A. M., & McClarty, K. L. (2016). Career readiness: An analysis of text complexity for occupational reading materials. Journal of Educational Research, 109, 266-274.
2015Lara, T. M., & Vess, L. (2015). Using O*NET in career counseling: College students' initial career choices. Career Planning and Adult Development Journal, 30(4), 36-51.
2015Walters, N. & Smith, J. (2015). 12 awesome jobs for people who love science. Business Insider. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
2014Converse, P. D., Piccone, K. A., & Tocci, M. C. (2014). Childhood self-control, adolescent behavior, and career success. Personality and Individual Differences, 59, 65-70.
2014Dobson, L. K., Gardner, M. K., Metz, A. J., & Gore, P. A. (2014). The relationship between interests and values in career decision making the need for an alternative method of measuring values. Journal of Career Assessment, 22(1), 113-122.
2014Kaminsky, S. E., & Behrend, T. S. (2014). Career choice and calling integrating calling and social cognitive career theory. Journal of Career Assessment, 23(3), 383-398.
2014Liu, S. H., Wang, C. H., Deng, C. P., Keh, F. B., Lu, Y. J., & Tsai, Y. C. (2014). Action research using a Chinese career model based on the wisdom of classic of changes and its applications. Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 8(02), 83-94.
2014O'Shea, D., Monaghan, S., & D. Ritchie, T. (2014). Early career attitudes and satisfaction during recession. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 29(3), 226-245.
2014Sanders, C. (2014). Skill accumulation, skill uncertainty, and occupational choice.
2014Taber, B. J. (2014). Enhancing future time perspective and exploring occupational possible selves. In Hartung, P. J., Savickas, M. L, & Walsh, B. (Eds.), APA handbook of career intervention, volume 2: Applications (pp. 101-111). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
2014Truthan, J. A., & Field, T. F. (2014). Computer-based vocational guidance systems and job matching. In D. R. Strauser, D. R. Strauser (Eds.), Career development, employment and disability in rehabilitation: From theory to practice (pp. 243-259). New York, NY: Springer.
2014Wee, S. (2014). Compromises in career-related decisions: Examining the role of compromise severity. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 61(4), 593-604.
2013Cable, D. A. J. (2013). The career experiences of industrial and organisational psychology graduates. New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 42(1), 5-12.
2013Clark, H. (2013). A comprehensive framework for measuring skills gaps and determining work readiness. Employment Relations Today, 40(3), 1-11.
2013Harrington, T., & Long, J. (2013). The history of interest inventories and career assessments in career counseling. The Career Development Quarterly, 61(1), 83-92.
2012Converse, P. D., Pathak, J., DePaul-Haddock, A. M., Gotlib, T., & Merbedone, M. (2012). Controlling your environment and yourself: Implications for career success. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 80(1), 148-159.
2012Swaney, K. B., Allen, J., Casillas, A., Hanson, M. A., & Robbins, S. B. (2012). Interests, work values, and occupations predicting work outcomes with the WorkKeys Fit assessment. Journal of Career Assessment, 20(4), 359-374.
2012Whitmarsh, L., & Wentworth, D. K. (2012). Gender similarity or gender difference? Contemporary women's and men's career patterns. The Career Development Quarterly, 60(1), 47-64.
2011Findlay, M. (2011, January). Career planning: The business, marketing and finance career cluster [O*NET database]. Nebraska Workforce Trends.
2011Hutchison, B., Stauffer, M. D., & Bloch, D. P. (2011). Using information and technology. In D. Capuzzi & M. D. Stauffer (Eds.), Career counseling: Foundations, perspectives, and applications (197-220). London: Routledge.
2011Vilorio, D. (2011). Focused Jobseeking: A Measured Approach to Looking for Work. Occupational Outlook Quarterly, 55(1), 2-11.
2010Anthoney, S. F., & Armstrong, P. I. (2010). Individuals and environments: Linking ability and skill ratings with interests. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 57, 36-51.
2010Armstrong, P. I., & Rounds, J. (2010). Integrating individual differences in career assessment: The Atlas Model of individual differences and the Strong Ring. Career Development Quarterly, 59, 143-153.
2009Landrum, R. E. (2009). Finding jobs with a psychology bachelor's degree: Expert advice for launching your career. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
2008Armstrong, P. I., Day, S. X., McVay, J. P., & Rounds, J. (2008). Holland's RIASEC Model as an integrative framework for individual differences. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 55, 1-18.
2007Bublitz, S. T. (2007, April). Using O*NET for adaptive career assessments. Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, New York, NY.
2006Cheung, L. C., Tsang, H. W., & Tsui, C. U. (2006). A job-specific social skills training program for people with severe mental illness: A case study for those who plan to be a security guard. Journal of Rehabilitation, 72(4).
2006Farr, M., & Shatkin, L. (2006). New guide for occupational exploration: Linking interests, learning and careers. St. Paul, MN: JIST.
2005Gore, P. A., Jr., & Hitch, J. L. (2005). Occupational classification and sources of occupational information. In S. D. Brown & R. W. Lent (Eds.), Career development and counseling: Putting theory and research to work. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
2005Hamilton, M., & Shumate, S. (2005). The role and function of certified vocational evaluation specialists. Journal of Rehabilitation, 71, 5-19.
2005Krannich, R., & Krannich, C. (2005). I want to do something else, but I'm not sure what it is. Manassas Park, VA: Impact.
2005Rounds, J. B., & Armstrong, P. I. (2005). Assessment of needs and values. In S. D. Brown & R. W. Lent (Eds.), Career development and counseling: Putting theory and research to work (pp. 305-329). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
2005Stein, M. (2005). Fearless career change: The fast track to success in a new field. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.
2004Armstrong, P. I., Smith, T. J., Donnay, D. A. C., & Rounds, J. (2004). The Strong Ring: A basic interest model of occupational structure. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 51, 299-213.
2004Brown, S. D., & Lent, R. W. (2004). Career development and counseling: Putting theory and research to work. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
2004Casio, J. (2004). Career pathways handbook. Victoria, BC: Trafford.
2004Lee, C. (2004). Perceived job change toward dimensions of knowledge work among three levels of employees in a Korean bank [Doctoral dissertation, The Ohio State University]. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing.
2004Reynolds, L. (2004). Is prehospital care really a profession? Journal of Emergency Primary Health Care, 2(1-2), 1-6.
2003Brown, D. (2003). Career information, career counseling, and career development (8th ed.). Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
2003Cochran, C. C., Carter, G. W., & Dorsey, D. W. (2003, July). Identifying career paths: A review of the literature (Technical Report No. 435). Arlington, VA: Personnel Decisions Research Institutes.
2003Lewis, R. E., & Klausner, J. S. (2003). Nontechnical competencies underlying career success as a veterinarian. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 222, 1690-1696.
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2002Sommers, D., & Austin, J. (2002). Using O*NET in dislocated worker retraining: The Toledo Dislocated Worker Consortium Project. Columbus, OH: Center on Education and Training for Employment.
2001Dunn, P. (2001). Proprietary rehabilitation: Challenges and opportunities in the new millennium. Work, 17, 135-142.
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Education Research

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2021Allen, M., Woodward, J., Ferguson, C., Sterling, A., & Bergman, S. (2021, October 16th). Do Psychology Students know the Job Skills they are Gaining? Poster presented at the 17th Annual River Cities Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference Online Conference.
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