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Asia Pacific Career Development Journal

Asia Pacific Career Development Journal (APCDJ) is an international biannual scholarly journal dedicated to all career development and intervention related topics, such as career counseling, individual and organizational career development, work and leisure, career education, career coaching, and career management. 

  • Editor:  Dr. Brian Hutchison, New Jersey City University (
  • Associate Editors:
  • Editorial Board:  Now accepting applications at This is a 3-year commitment. We expect editors to provide comprehensive reviews and hold high standards of quality and care.

March 2018 is the target date for the first issue, which will be a Special Issue with articles from leading scholars in our field. Each scholar will model a different type of research, so we can refer other authors to those exemplary articles as illustrative of what we are looking for. Our goal is to be added to the APCAA Citation Index as soon as possible. However, this process can take up to 10 years. By beginning with leading scholars, we are more likely to have our articles cited more quickly, so this may speed up the process.

Members will receive the journal free and we will not increase the membership fee. Non-members may subscribe for a $30 annual fee. Issues will be available free after one year.

It is our goal to include authors from as many countries as possible. We want to encourage authors who are practitioners to present their research.  We ask that our editors adopt a mentoring approach which assists authors to get submissions ready for publications.  We hope to build a reputation for working with authors and supporting their writing skills.  The review process for each article may take up to 4 months.

New Jersey City University has agreed to co-sponsor the APCDJ. They will provide copy editing, layout, and formatting.

Click here for Author Guidelines.

Click here for information about the Editorial Board.

APCDJ Submission Flowchart

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