Within Australia, Careers services and those who work in them are pulled in multiple directions and come from diverse professional backgrounds. We wear many hats in our role as counsellors, employment coaches, event managers, curriculum developers, or industry liaison (often in the same job description) and the breadth of our roles is immense.
While there has been progress in the development of professional standards, endorsed career qualifications and a move towards professionalising career practitioners, the range of expertise that often makes up a career service is diverse. Is there a need for homogeneity? Is their strength in . . .
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