Emory & Georgia Tech publish on student career development efficacy
Researchers from Emory University and Georgia Institute of Technology have a new paper out in PLoS ONE on the factors related to trainee career development. Using structural equation modeling, they found that pursuing a non-academic career is associated with lower career development and search process efficacy, as well as a lower perception of advisor support. Students that perceived having strong program support have higher career development and search process efficacy. Read more on PLoS ONE.