Por que adotar a perspectiva da sustentabilidade nos estudos de carreira? Ensaio teórico sobre os pilares e a importância da discussão

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Camila Vieira Müller
Angela Beatriz Busato Scheffer

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Sustentabilidade tem aparecido como perspectiva para a compreensão das carreiras, permitindo um olhar analítico para a realidade do trabalho e seus impactos no humano e no social. Nesse cenário, o objetivo deste ensaio teórico é discutir os pilares da noção de sustentabilidade buscando sua compreensão e aprofundando-a como elemento basilar ao conceito de carreira sustentável. Como contribuições, a perspectiva da sustentabilidade das carreiras apresenta-se como lente teórica de análise ao ressaltar de modo sistêmico e processual: a dinâmica da influência dos múltiplos contextos para a continuidade das trajetórias individuais; a continuidade da carreira por meio de movimentos no tempo e escolhas trilhadas; a interconectividade entre os diversos atores que participam da constituição de carreiras individuais; a necessidade de processos que permitam o fomento do potencial de adaptação e criação de oportunidades necessário para a sustentabilidade, entre outros aspectos.

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VIEIRA MÜLLER, C.; BUSATO SCHEFFER, A. B. Por que adotar a perspectiva da sustentabilidade nos estudos de carreira? Ensaio teórico sobre os pilares e a importância da discussão. RAE-Revista de Administração de Empresas, [S. l.], v. 62, n. 5, p. e2020–1006, 2022. DOI: 10.1590/S0034-759020220506. Disponível em: https://bibliotecadigital.fgv.br/ojs/index.php/rae/article/view/85959. Acesso em: 30 jun. 2022.
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