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  • Gender differences in vocational interests decrease with age, study finds

    While males’ and females’ occupational interests diverge sharply during early adolescence, they converge as people age, according to a new study led by University of Illinois industrial-organizational psychology graduate student Kevin Hoff and James Rounds, who is a professor of educational psychology and of psychology.

    While males’ and females’ occupational interests diverge sharply during early adolescence, they converge as people age, according to a new study led by University of Illinois industrial-organizational psychology graduate student Kevin Hoff and James Rounds, who is a professor of educational psychology and of psychology.

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  • Editor’s notes: To reach Kevin Hoff, email kevinhoff96@gmail.com

    To reach James Rounds, email jrounds@illinois.edu

    The paper “Normative changes in interests from adolescence to adulthood: A meta-analysis of longitudinal studies” is available from the News Bureau.