Career Mobility

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Career Mobility: The propensity to make several career changes during an individual’s lifetime instead of committing to a long-term career within a specific occupational field.

Other Words for Career

Career Verb Synonyms: speed, race, rush, dash, fly, tear, hurtle, bolt, shoot, zoom
Career Noun Synonyms: employment, occupation, calling, vocation, pursuit, (life's) work, job, business, livelihood, profession, trade, craft, m‚tier
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Career Plateau

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Career Plateau: Occurs when an employee has reached the highest position level he or she can possibly obtain within an organization and has no future prospect of being promoted due to a lack of skills, corporate rest MORE

Career Planning

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Career Planning: The process of establishing career objectives and determining appropriate educational and developmental programs to further develop the skills required to achieve short- or long-term career objectives MORE

College and Career Academy

Life Style / College / College and Career Academy: Greenville Tech's College and Career Academy serves the needs of students, Career Development Facilitators and school administrators across the Upstate, providing college, career and life skills assis MORE

Dual Career Ladders-Tracks

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Dual Career Ladders-Tracks: An employee career development plan allowing employees to alternate between technical, professional or managerial positions over the course of their careers while they simultaneously receive higher co MORE

Upward Mobility

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Upward Mobility: The process of preparing minorities for promotion into higher-level jobs, such as managerial positions. MORE

Internal Mobility

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Internal Mobility: The movement of employees from one job to another either vertically or laterally within an organizational structure. Internal mobility is a cluster comprising of promotion, demotion, transfer and sep MORE

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