Natal’ya Galliott is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Education, Macquarie University and a lecturer in the School of Business and Law at the Central Queensland University. Her research focuses on the social and cultural issues that influence high school students’ professional choices.
PhD Candidate in Education, Macquarie University
Lecturer, Central Queensland University
Australian Catholic University, Graduate Diploma of Education (Secondary) (Major in Economics/Business Studies and Technologies)
Charles Sturt University, Master of Business (Specialized in Marketing)
Moscow State Region University, Degree - Technology and Entrepreneurship/Business Teacher
The Australian Educational Researcher, Youth aspirations, participation in higher education and career choice capability: where to from here?
The Australian Educational Researcher, School based experiences as contributors to career decision-making: findings from a cross-sectional survey of high-school students.
International journal of research and method in education, A question of agency: applying Sen’s theory of human capability to the concept of secondary school student career ‘choice’.
British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, Cultural and social diversity and the transition from education to work.