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Career Adjustment Model: Questionnaire for Immigrant Women

Jana Kotrcova, M.A. Candidate, Department of Psychology, University of Saskatchewan

This questionnaire asks how you adjusted to your career in Canada and how you coped with barriers on your way to your desired profession. It also provides you with an opportunity to say what immigrant women need most to reach their occupational goals.
The goal of this study is to gain understanding of the phenomena underlying career adjustment of immigrant women. The information will be offered as a foundation for creating new or adjusting some current employment and skill-building programs for immigrant women in the Province. However, only aggregate and average data will be communicated.
Filling out the questionnaire will take approximately 30-40 minutes. Your answers will stay completely anonymous as your name will never be linked to the questionnaire.
If you have any questions about this research and/or use of the data, please contact Jana Kotrcova at (306) 880-7669 or, or her research supervisor Professor Peter Grant at (306) 966-6675 or
The study has been reviewed and approved by the University of Saskatchewan's Behavioural Science Ethics Committee ( or call 966-2084).
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