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The drastic and structural changes in the labour market and organisational environment is related not only to the COVID-19 pandemic and rapid technological development but also to general globalisation trends, demographic situations, deterioration, and dynamic changes at all levels of education, which emphasise the need for quality career education and guidance in secondary schools. This study aims to explore the digital self-assessment of career guidance professionals and also, to determine carrier guidance professionals’ attitude towards digital literacy. Data was analysed using percentages for qualitative data and content analysis for qualitative research. From the results of the research, most of the career guidance specialists have been able to use digital technologies to communicate with students, parents, colleagues, and most of them currently use digital technologies in their work.
Keywords: career; career education; digital competence; digital literacy; digital tools; guidance;
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