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Ekonomski pogledi
2019, vol. 21, br. 1, str. 17-34
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
objavljeno: 06/02/2020
doi: 10.5937/EkoPog1901017P
Challenges in managing your own career development
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aUniversity Ss. "Cyril and Methodius", Faculty of Economics, Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia
bUniversity "Goce Delcev", Faculty of Tourism and Business logistic, Štip, Republic of North Macedonia

e-adresa: kirilp@eccf.ukim.edu.mk, snezana.bardarova@ugd.edu.mk, snezana.bardarova@ugd.edu.mk, andrijana.ristovska@eccf.ukim.edu.mk

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The relevance of career development and management is more prevalent in the theory and practice of the organization's functioning. Therefore, it attracts the interest of different scientific disciplines and becomes a subject of research of multiple authors. During the career development process, people are faced with a number of problems and challenges related to the work-life aspects. The work-life balance is a key factor leading to greater organizational productivity. Finding the right job is the philosophy of the process of career management. Starting from the fact that the Republic of North Macedonia faces a lack of opportunities for finding a job, or insufficient employment opportunities by profession, this paper aims to identify certain suggestions for improving it. Unless an appropriate strategy is created and no serious measures are taken, there is frustration, nepotism, brain drain from the country.

Ključne reči

Career; Stages of career development; Work-life balance; European Employment Strategy; National Employment Strategy

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