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The Study of Self-employed Visually Impaired Masseurs in Career Development
This study explored the career development process of three self-employed visually impaired masseurs under the Super’s life-span theory to outline the appearance and factors of visually impaired career development. There were in-depth interviewed three self-employed visually impaired masseurs, four family members and six colleagues. The Career development process of the three self-employed visually impaired masseurs were structured five stages which are the construction of the initial career direction, battles in workplace, career exploration, career- employment orientation, future career planning. In the course of three researchers involved in career, it’s to Learn how to form visually impaired early career goals, face the challenge in workplace, explore self-suitable career, operate massage business by self-employed, get economic stability, approach the professional achievement, put the flexible working hours into other activities, sustain the career development in stable income. By their rich employment and life experience, they participate in workplace to consider the career development and to find out career direction. They put efforts on massage business and get self-satisfied from career achievement which made them continue activities to develop their future.
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