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Subjective Career Success: A Literature Review and Prospect

DOI: 10.4236/jhrss.2016.43026, PP. 238-242

Keywords: Career, Career Success, Subjective Career Success

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Career success is a major field in the study of human resource management. Also career success is deeply concerned about employees and organizations, especially in organizations with no borders which provide many careers today. Employees can no longer be relied just on objective measures such as wages, job titles, authority and so on for indexes to measure career success. Subjective career success is more and more important for employees. This article attempts to make a summary on subjective career success definition using empirical research and putting forward the direction of future research.

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