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Women's career interruptions: an integrative review

Women's career interruptions: an integrative review The purpose of this integrative literature review was three-fold: to explore the phenomenon of women’s career interruptions as revealed by publications in the past two decades, to propose a new career decision tree model (CDTM) and to outline an agenda for future research.Design/methodology/approachThe authors adopted the integrative literature review approach proposed by Torraco (2005, 2016) and used a mind mapping application called MindMeister to synthesize 64 identified articles.FindingsThe proposed CDTM can assist those who are interested in exploring individuals’ career decisions to think systematically about career influencers at different levels.Originality/valueThe CDTM is significantly different from existing career models and theories in that it explains women’s career interruptions in a context-sensitive manner. This model can assist human resource development professionals in analyzing the influencers of women’s career decisions and tackling individual problems level by level. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Journal of Training and Development Emerald Publishing

Women's career interruptions: an integrative review

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
© Emerald Publishing Limited
ISSN
2046-9012
DOI
10.1108/ejtd-03-2019-0040
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Abstract

The purpose of this integrative literature review was three-fold: to explore the phenomenon of women’s career interruptions as revealed by publications in the past two decades, to propose a new career decision tree model (CDTM) and to outline an agenda for future research.Design/methodology/approachThe authors adopted the integrative literature review approach proposed by Torraco (2005, 2016) and used a mind mapping application called MindMeister to synthesize 64 identified articles.FindingsThe proposed CDTM can assist those who are interested in exploring individuals’ career decisions to think systematically about career influencers at different levels.Originality/valueThe CDTM is significantly different from existing career models and theories in that it explains women’s career interruptions in a context-sensitive manner. This model can assist human resource development professionals in analyzing the influencers of women’s career decisions and tackling individual problems level by level.

Journal

European Journal of Training and DevelopmentEmerald Publishing

Published: Oct 22, 2019

Keywords: Women; Career development; Integrative review; Career decision; Career interruption; Mind mapping

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