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On SAGE Insight: Professional values, job satisfaction, career development, and intent to stay of mid-career nurses

From Nursing Ethics Hospitals are experiencing an estimated 16.5% turnover rate of registered nurses annually in the United States of America. Attrition of all nurses is costly. Most past research has focused on the new graduate nurse with little focus … Continue reading

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Impact of mentoring functions on career development

Article title: Impact of mentoring functions on career development: Moderating role of mentoring culture and mentoring structure From Global Business review In an era of global competition, restructuring, rapid technological changes and constrained resources, organizations are searching for ways to do … Continue reading

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Qualified women earn less

Why do highly qualified women (still) earn less? Gender differences in long-term predictors of career success From Psychology of Women Quarterly Although women’s participation in higher education and in the labor market has increased markedly in the industrialized countries, there … Continue reading

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