If you love your work, do you thank a careers counsellor?

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2002 Number 20

If you love your work, do you thank a careers counsellor?
Fiona Douglas, Stephen Lloyd Smith, pages -

Abstract

The authors argue that emotional labour - for a long time an unrecognised part of career guidance, and then squeezed out of the system by managerialism - is now once more being recognised as crucial to this area of work.

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Fiona Douglas, Stephen Lloyd Smith (2002) If you love your work, do you thank a careers counsellor?, Soundings, 2002(20), -

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