Hong Kong Adolescents’ Perspectives of Selected Aspects of the Job Interview Process
Increasingly, new labor market entrants must understand and be adequately prepared to engage in the interview process. This exploratory, descriptive case study examined the naïve and informed perceptions of disadvantaged youths in Hong Kong who participated in a job-seeking skills workshop on job interviewing. Qualitative data was coded using an emergent design, through multiple phases of coding to develop thematic findings. Pre- and post- survey data were compared to illustrate changes as a result of the workshop intervention.
Copyright © 2018 SFA Scholar Works. This article first appeared in the Journal of Multicultural Affairs 3:1 (Aug. 2018), 1-15.
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Spires, Robert W. and Jay W. Rojewski. “Hong Kong Adolescents’ Perspectives of Selected Aspects of the Job Interview Process.” Journal of Multicultural Affairs, 3:1 (Aug 2018): 1-15.