Author: Mustafa Serbes1
1Department of Business and management,Faculty of Administration Sciences And Economics, Ishik University, Erbil, Iraq
Abstract: Career development and planning is very significant to carry the organizations from current to the higher levels as well as professional and personal developments of the individuals. In terms of career, it can be said that the individuals and the organizations who invest in the career development can keep up with the others in the market. This paper tries to shed a light upon the importance of career development and shows basic traits of the career development.
Keywords: Professional Development, Career Planning, Organization, Individual, Career Development
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