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For students, the focus of their careers during postsecondary school is likely to be academics, including majors and other activities; however, there are additional roles, some of which are more important than others. Viewing career more broadly leads one to consider the various factors involved in living that influence careers. According to Herr, Cramer, and Niles (2004), “careers are unique to each person and created by what one chooses or does not choose. They are dynamic and unfold throughout life” (p.
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The boomer demographic imperative 11. Unrealized opportunities to make more efficient use of human capital (pp. 14–18) Incorporating the nature of such changes at the local level and understanding globalization’s impact on careers can shape an advisor’s ability to provide sound career advising. GLOBALIZED CAREERS Globalization means many things and can have an impact on college graduates’ careers much more than they anticipate. Increasingly, globalization is debated in terms of “zero sum” whereby one person loses a job and one gains one, or “the expanding pie” notion whereby if one person gains, then prices, profits, and jobs expand however unequally.