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1. Raelin, Joseph A.
First-Job Effects on Career Development
Personnel Administrator 28,8 (August 1983): 71-76
Cohort(s): Young Men
Publisher: Society for Human Resource Management
Keyword(s): Career Patterns; Job Knowledge; Job Patterns; Job Search; Job Turnover

This article is a policy summary from Raelin's research volume, Building A Career. A number of recommendations are offered to human resource managers regarding the early career development of their young employees. For example, since a youth's first job is so critical in determining later success, career specialists need to know the career potential and turnover rates of their entry-level jobs. Where "secondary" jobs are identified, they should be isolated for redesign.
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Raelin, Joseph A. "First-Job Effects on Career Development." Personnel Administrator 28,8 (August 1983): 71-76.