The relationship between personality preference and career anchors amongst police officers within the Western Cape
Van Sittert, Vanessa
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The objective of this study was to determine whether a relationship exists between the personality preference and career anchors of police officers. The idea that personality relates meaningfully to the kinds of careers people choose and how they perform in these careers, has a long history in career psychology.
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