Kristen Carnevale is a doctoral candidate in the counselor education program at The Pennsylvania State University. As a Kuder research fellow, she works closely with Dr. Jerry Trusty to reevaluate Super’s Work Values Inventory-revised. In this role, she coordinates and manages focus groups comprised of secondary students, postsecondary students, and young adults to evaluate the salience of particular career values in recent generations and to solicit input on important values that may not be currently reflected in the measure. Kristen holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and philosophy from Assumption College and a master’s degree in mental health counseling from Boston College.
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Examining Next-Generation Work Values
Work values, defined as the perceived importance of various job characteristics, have been shown to help shape individual career choices and outcomes.
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