Nowadays and Future Jobs

Publisher Sp. z o.o. Kozmenko Science Publishing
Issued from September 2016
Nowadays and Future Jobs

The journal is devoted to presentation of issues of employment, organization of performance of employees today and in future, transformation of working processes and work in general. Attention of editorial staff is given to publication of original papers on such key problems:

  • tendencies of development of labor markets, changes in structure of employment of population, problems of firing a significant number of workers of industrial enterprises (including “white collars”) and state agencies;
  • appearance of new professions and transformation of the existing ones under influence of technical progress and changes of social and economic nature (demography, change of lifestyle, change of needs of population, etc.);
  • migration of population for study and during it, migration of highly qualified workers, forced migration as a result of war conflicts, political, natural and other disasters;
  • changes in the system of training of workers of different professions, reaction of universities for necessity of formation of new competences among students, change of system and syllabus in universities, online-education and self-education;
  • transformation of a notion of workplace, use of information technologies in its creation and organization, online-work;
  • change of system of payment for workers’ labor, change of structure of incomes and expenses of organizations, innovative nature of marketing activity of organizations;
  • transformation of organizations and organizational structures during change of scope of work at main professions and appearance of new kinds of works, provision of communications in new forms of manufacturing organization and services provision, new principles, functions and methods of management of organizations and in organizations.

Subject Area – Social Sciences. Subject Category – Communication, Demography, Development, Education, Sociology and Political Science, Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management, Law.

Subject Area – Business, Management and Accounting. Subject Category – Management and Accounting (miscellaneous), Management of Technology and Innovation, Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management, Marketing.

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Editor in chief

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Editorial Board

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Alexander Arkhipov

Doctor in Economics, Full Professor, Professor of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics and MGIMO University, Moscow, Russia.

Research interests: insurance business and social insurance.

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Cameron A. Batmanghlich

Ph.D., Professor in Leadership studies, University Director of Post-Doctoral Studies at Spenta Institute of Higher Education (Spenta University) in Mexico and Former Deputy Dean at Graduate School of Business, Almaty Management.

Research interests: ethical leadership, leadership in higher education, human resource management, strategies in sourcing and recruitment of executives, qualitative methods of inquiry.

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Joanna Cewińska

Ph.D., Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Human Resource Management, Faculty of Management, University of Lodz, Poland.

Research interests: human resource management, strategies and programs for HRM, virtualization of HRM, human resource development, development of interpersonal skills, human resource management in sport, dysfunction in human resource management tendencies of development of labor markets, appearance of new professions, knowledge management system in student’s education process.

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Thomas Garavan

Doctor of Education, Director of Research School of Management, Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom; Research Professor of Leadership, Edinburgh Napier Business School; Director of Positive Career Options, Ireland.

Research interests: human resource development, training and development, vocational training and education, international and comparative human resource development, management and leadership development, careers and career development, work and organizational psychology, health, safety and welfare in the workplace.

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Olena Kryvoruchko

Doctor of Engineering Sciences, Head of the Department of Program Engineering and Information Systems, Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics, Ukraine.

Research interests: information systems, project management and programs.

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Dileep Kumar M.

Ph.D., Professor, University Institute for International and European Studies, Tbilisi, Georgia.

Research interests: organizational behaviour, HRM, entrepreneurship, consumer behaviour, strategic management.

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Sylwia Przytuła

Ph.D., Professor of Wroclaw University of Economics, Department of Human Resource Management, Faculty of Management, Informatics and Finance, Poland.

Research interests: international human resource management, intercultural management, expatriation management, psychology of management, cross-cultural differences in global business.

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John-Christopher (JC) Spender

Ph.D., Research Professor, Kozminski University, Warsaw, Poland.

Research interests: Theory of the Managed Firm, Entrepreneurship, Industry Recipes, Strategy, Knowledge Management, History of Management Thought, Managerial Rhetoric, RBV, Transaction Costs, Agency Theory, Human Capital, Philosophy and History of Technology, Heterodox and Pluralist Economics, History of Business Schools and Management Education.

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Stephen Wood

Ph.D, Professor of Management, School of Business, University of Leicester, UK.

Research interests: high involvement management, family-friendly management, work-non-work conflict; teamworking amongst software engineers; health management; staff morale in mental health in-patient care; discrimination and aggression at work.

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Guidelines for Editors and Reviewers

The Editorial Board consists of international experts in their respective fields. All members of the Board occupy high positions in educational and research institutions. The roles of the Editorial Board members are the following:

  • provide expertise in definite research field;
  • review submitted papers;
  • advise on journal policy and scope and participate in the journal development;
  • propose subject definition and conference choice for special issues. Also, editorial members may be guest editors of special issue;
  • promote the journal at conferences, seminars, workshops, and relevant public events
  • attract new potential authors;

Guest editors play a vital role in ensuring the quality of special content publications, such as Special Issues. Guest editors overlook the process, from proposal to publication.

The Editorial Board is reviewed every two years, which means exclusion of inactive members and addition of the new ones.

We appreciate applications from the editorial candidates. To submit an application, please send an e-mail to an editorial assistant of the selected journal and attach a file with your CV (containing the current place of work, occupation, education, the scope of your scientific interest, types of activity, list of publications, list of the journals in which you occupy the positions of an editor or a reviewer, e-mail for contact and a link to personal page at you university).

Duties of editors

We strongly recommend that Editors get acquainted with and follow COPE Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors.

The editors of the journal are responsible for deciding which of the articles submitted to the journal will be published. The editor may confer with the members of the Editorial Board in making this decision.

Fair play. The editors evaluate manuscripts without regard to the nature of the authors or the host institution including race, gender, religious belief, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy of the authors.

Confidentiality. The editors, members of the Editorial Boards, and any editorial staff must not disclose any information about a submitted manuscript to anyone except the authors of the paper, reviewers, potential reviewers, and the publisher, for appropriate reasons.

Disclosure. Unpublished materials disclosed in a submitted paper should not be used in the own research of the editors or the members of the Editorial Board without the express written consent of the author.

Duties of reviewers

We strongly recommend that all reviewers get acquainted with and follow COPE Ethical Guidelines for Peer Reviewers.

Confidentiality. Information regarding submitted manuscripts should be kept confidential during and after review process. Also, reviewers should not reveal any details about reviewing manuscript to anybody.

Standards of objectivity. Reviewers should be objective while conducting reviews. All the comments and recommendations should be supported with relevant arguments.

Disclosure. Unpublished materials disclosed in a submitted manuscript must not be used in a reviewer's own research without the express written consent of the author. Privileged information or ideas obtained through peer review must be kept confidential and not used for personal advantage.

Peer Review

Peer review plays a vital and critical role in the publication of scholarly articles through assessment of validity, quality and originality of submitted articles. It is considered to be the most effective and valid form of research evaluation to help select the highest quality articles for publication. Authors can receive the information regarding the peer-review stage of their manuscripts through editorial assistants.

Review process

Editorial staff transfers all submitted manuscripts to one of the Editors for initial evaluation in order to establish if the manuscript meets the editorial criteria. Initial evaluation includes assessment if the manuscript is suitable for the journal or special issue, authors’ qualification and background, and plagiarism levels. Papers that don’t meet these criteria, as well as obviously poor manuscripts, will be rejected without sending for further external review.

If the papers provide potential interest for readers and present importance to the scientists in the relevant field of the journal’s scope, Editors suggest external peer-reviewers (selection of peer-reviewers is based on expertise, reputation, specific recommendations and our own previous experience of a reviewer's characteristics). Alternatively, editorial staff will send manuscripts to qualified Editorial Board members or reviewers from our database.

All manuscripts are “double-blind” peer-reviewed, which means that reviewers do not possess any information about the authors’ identities and vice versa. If one of the editors submits the manuscript for publication in the journal, editorial staff transfers this manuscript to another Editor or one of the Editorial Board members without disclosing any information about the author.

After the manuscripts have been reviewed, Editors receive a Referee Report with point-by-point evaluation and comments. Based on the suitability of selected reviewers, adequacy of reviewer comments and overall scientific quality of the paper, Editors make one of the following decisions:

  • Publish unaltered
  • Consider after minor changes
  • Consider after major changes
  • Reject without further consideration

If the authors are required to revise the paper, they ought to provide revised manuscript along with Response to the Reviewers. All authors can receive Referee Report on demand without revealing the identity of the reviewer and appeal against editorial decisions by response to the referees with authors’ arguments and explanations. Articles may or may not be sent to reviewers after author revision, dependent on whether the reviewer requested to see the revised version and the wishes of the Editor.

Expectations from reviewers

During the peer-review process, report preparation, and after refereeing we expect from Editorial Board members and reviewers to:

  • respond in a reasonable time-frame, especially if reviewer can not perform the review, including intentional delay;
  • declare if they are not experts in the field the paper is relevant to;
  • declare any potentially conflicting or competing interests (which may, for example, be personal, financial, intellectual, professional, political or religious) and seek advice from the Editorial Board in this case;
  • decline to review if they feel unable to provide a fair and unbiased review or they are involved with any of the work in the manuscript or its reporting;
  • to provide honest and fair assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the research and the manuscript;
  • send completed report form along with the reviewed manuscript;
  • be specific in their criticisms, and provide evidence with appropriate references to substantiate general statements to help editors in their evaluation and decision;
  • suggest additional research if it helps strengthen or extend the work;
  • ensure their comments and recommendations for the editor are consistent with their report for the authors;
  • any suggestions and comments must be based on valid academic or technological reasons;
  • continue to keep details of the manuscript and its review confidential during and after reviewing;

Conflicts of Interest

Conflicts of interest comprise those which may not be fully apparent and which may influence the judgment of author, reviewers, and editors. They have been described as those which, when revealed later, would make a reasonable reader feel misled or deceived. They may be personal, commercial, ideological, academic, or financial.

When authors submit a manuscript of any type or format they are responsible for disclosing all financial and personal relationships that might bias or be seen to bias their work. All authors that publish in our journals are obliged to declare conflicts of interest if there are any. Declared conflicts of interest will be considered by the editor and Conflict of Interest Statement will appear in our journals at the end of the published article.

Reviewers should not consider manuscripts in which they have conflicts of interest resulting from competitive, collaborative, or other relationships or connections with any of the authors, companies, or institutions connected to the papers. Reviewers should be objective and constructive, declare all potential conflicting interest, seeking advice from the editors if they are unsure whether something constitutes a relevant interest; do not allow their reviews to be influenced by the origins of a manuscript, by the nationality, religious or political beliefs, gender or other characteristics of the author, which could be implied in the manuscript.

Editors who make final decisions about manuscripts should not make editorial and publication decisions if they have conflicts of interest related to articles under consideration. Editorial staff must not use information received through working with manuscripts for private gain. Guest editors should follow these same procedures.

Research misconduct policies

Plagiarism

By submitting their manuscripts to our journals authors are agreeing to any necessary originality checks the manuscript may have to undergo during the publication process.
Plagiarism implies the use another author's work without permission or acknowledgement. Plagiarism may have different forms from copying word by word to rewriting. While defining plagiarism the following definitions are taken into account:

Literal copying
Copying the work word by word, in general or in parts, without permission or acknowledgement of the source. Literal copying is clearly plagiarism and is easily detected by plagiarism software.

Substantial copying
Replicating substantial part of the work without permission and confirmation of the source. In determining what is "substantial", both the quantity and the quality of the copied content are relevant.
Quality is measured by relative value of copied text comparing to the whole text. Where the essence of the work was copied, even not very big part of it, plagiarism is identified.

Paraphrasing
Copying may be made without literal replicating, used in the original work. This type of copying is known as paraphrasing and it may be the most difficult type of plagiarism to reveal.
Plagiarism in all its forms is unacceptable and will lead to immediate rejection of the paper along with possible sanctions against authors.

Allegations about authorship of contributions

It is important that all authors are declared in the list of authors and are declared in the Cover letter form, sent along with a submitted paper.

To be considered the author, a person should be responsible for particular research aspect or preparation for work or make particular contribution to the concept, project, fulfillment, or research explanation, and it must be confirmed in the final work form.

Insignificant contribution may not be considered as an authorship. A person who provides insignificant contribution or appropriate data or other type of help may be considered as "contributor" by author/co-authors, and may be declared in the paper in acknowledgement section.

According to our policy, author/co-authors of submitted paper must fill in the Cover letter form to identify all participants, as well as confirm their consent to publish the paper.

Duplicate submission

Papers submitted for publication must be original and must not be submitted to any other journal.

Authors must present papers which are unique and must not be submitted to any other journal (except for some unusual circumstances and only with reviewer's approval). Sometimes authors may ignore this requirement, submitting the same document to several journals or submitting several documents on the basis of one and the same research. As in plagiarism duplicate submission may take different forms: literal copying, partial, but substantial copying or even paraphrased copying of the research. The publisher sticks to the policy which forbids publication of multiple papers on the basis of a single research. Infringement of this policy will result in immediate rejection along with possible sanctions against authors.

Citation manipulation

Submitted manuscripts that are found to include citations whose primary purpose is to increase the number of citations to a given author's work, or to articles published in a particular journal, will result in immediate rejection along with possible sanctions against authors.

Data falsification

If the falsified or fabricated data of experimental results (this also includes manipulation of images) will be found in the submitted paper, it will result in an immediate rejection along with possible sanctions against authors.

Sanctions
The following sanctions may be imposed in case of infringement of abovementioned policies:

  • Immediate rejection of the manuscript.
  • Immediate rejection of every other manuscript submitted to any journal published by Kozmenko Science Publishing.
  • Publication embargo against all authors of the manuscript (prohibition for any new submissions to any journal published by Kozmenko Science Publishing). The term of the embargo may vary, but the minimum is 24 months.
  • Prohibition against all of the authors from serving on the Editorial Board of any journal published by Kozmenko Science Publishing.

Correction and retraction policy

All Kozmenko Science Publishing journals have the same policy regarding corrections and retractions. We differentiate between addenda, errata, corrigenda, and retractions.

Addenda
If significant information was unintentionally omitted by authors from the original publication, the original article can be amended through an Addendum reporting these previously omitted results. The Addendum will be published, with page numbers added, in the current issue of the journal. A hyperlink to the Addendum will also be added to the original publication.

Errata
An erratum will be used if a significant error has been introduced by us during the production of the journal article, including errors of omission such as failure to make factual proof corrections requested by authors within the deadline provided by the journal and within journal policy. A significant error is considered to be the one that affects the scholarly record, the scientific integrity of the article, the reputation of the authors, or of the journal. All errata are linked to the version of the article that they correct.

Corrigenda
A corrigendum is a notification of a significant error made by the authors of the article. All corrigenda are approved by the editors of the journal. All corrigenda are linked to the version of the article that they correct.

Retractions
Retraction will be issued by an editor upon several conditions: severe plagiarism, multiple publications, data fabrication, unreliable or faulty findings, and other harmful practices. In this case, Retraction notice will be published. This notice will include the title and authors of the article, the reason for the retraction and who is retracting the article. It will be published online with a link to the online version of the article. It will be published in the next print issue and included in the table of contents of that issue. Before publishing the notice of retraction, a signed statement by the authors should be sent to the editorial office.

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This section contains information about articles which are already reviewed, accepted and waiting for publication in next issues of the journal.

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Submission guidelines

Before paper submission authors should get acquainted with Requirements to the manuscripts and arrange their paper according to them. Along with paper authors should e-mail completed Cover letter form to editor or editorial assistant of the chosen journal.

Before manuscript submission, please check Research Misconduct Policies, infringement of which will result in immediate rejection of the paper and possible sanctions against the author.

General requirements:

  • Do one’s best to send an article with good level of English. Well-built articles with a good language usage will let the reviewers and editors concentrate on the articles’ academic value, thus speeding up reviewing process.
  • Make sure that the paper presents an academic value, the newness and applicability are well described; the paper makes contribution to earlier researched results concerning appropriate topic.
  • Avoid using hyphenation in the text, make figures readable and editable, as well as tables’ style.
  • Use bold type, italics, inferior and superior signs where necessary.
  • While preparing tables use net, for column balance use tabulation.
  • In numeric values use dot instead of commas (in fractions).

Requirements to the manuscripts (PDF Version)

1. Abstract preparation guidelines
1.1. The abstract (200‐250 words) should reflect the conceptual content of the article. In the abstract the author should provide a brief overview of research importance, describe the subject matter and the aim of research, its methodology, as well as highlight the most significant results of research.
1.2. Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) classifications that can be found at http://www.aeaweb.org/jel/jel_class_system.php, and keywords are necessary.
1.3. Font ‐ Times New Roman; text size ‐ 12 pts, line‐spacing ‐ one‐and‐a‐half.
1.4. All tables and figures should be editable.
2. The paper main body preparation guidelines
2.1. The paper should present the results of independent original research undertaken by the author; it should contain the data never published before.
2.2. The paper should contain a clear description of research objective and its subject.
2.3. The methodology of research should be described in detail.
2.4. The author personal scientific contribution must be grounded in the paper.
2.5. The paper should contain basic suggestions on how to solve the problem under study.
2.6. American English is preferred to British English.
3. The structure of the paper
3.1. The title of the paper.
3.2. Below, in the centre of the page the name of the author should be printed. Reference to the author's name should be made at the bottom of the page with the footnote marked by asterisk ("*"). The reference should contain information about the author's degree and affiliation, as well as contact details (phone number and e‐mail).
3.3. Below, the text of the abstract should be printed.
3.4. After the abstract's keywords and JEL classifications should be printed.
3.5. Below the main body of the paper should be placed.
3.6. The main body of the paper should be followed by references.
3.7. References contain the list of literature referred to given in alphabetical order.
3.8. All figures and tables should be printed inside the papers' main body.
4. References in the text
4.1. Format bibliography according to APA style (OWL Purdue Guide). In order to save your time and provide correct citations, please use an online citation generator (BibMe, CiteThisForMe etc.) or bibliography software like EndNote.
4.2. If the source is available online, it should be provided with an appropriate hyperlink, for example:
El Rehim, A.M.Y.A. (2017). The potential of Egypt’s soft power post Arab Spring. Geopolitics under Globalization, 1(1), 12-16
Zhuravka, F. (2017). Problem aspects of transformation in financial reporting of business entities in Ukraine. Geopolitics under Globalization, 1(1), 36-44
5. Manuscript length
5.1. The paper should not be less than 2000 words and should not exceed 6000 words.

Publishing process

Submission process
To submit a paper, please send two copies of manuscript, one in MS Word format (.doc or .docx) and one in PDF, and completed Cover letter form attached to an e-mail to the editorial assistant of the relevant journal:
"Geopolitics Under Globalization":
"Accounting and Financial Control":
"Knowledge and Performance Management":
"Tourism and Travelling":
"Nowadays and Future Jobs":

Make sure that all supplementary materials (tables, figures, equations, and images) are editable. In case the editorial assistant asks to send editable elements, please do it as soon as possible to make the reviewing process faster. To prepare your paper for submission, please read Submission Guidelines.

Infringement of Research Misconduct Policies will result in paper rejection and possible sanctions against authors.

Review process
All papers are "double-blind" peer-reviewed. Detailed information can be found in Peer Review section.

Article Processing Charges (APC)
APC are paid by the authors in order for their articles to be published in open-access under one of Creative Commons licenses. APC cover the costs of publication process, including peer-review administrating, copy editing, hosting the files etc. APC is different for each journal and detailed information can be found on the respective journal pages.

Proofreading
After the paper is typeset, the publisher will provide the authors of accepted papers with proofs for the correction of errors. Only changes to the title of the paper, list of authors or scientific errors will be considered and further approved by the publishing team. The publisher is not responsible for the errors which are the results of authors' oversight. We reserve the right to make the final decision regarding style and the size of figures.

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Publisher may use authors’ personal information to:

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We may share authors’ information with appropriate agents, representatives, mutual establishments and organizations, we are agents or sponsors to. This information may be shared only for appropriate reasons, which may be important for us in business matters or according to our legal obligations.

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Permissions/Reprints

Permissions
If the article is published in open-access under CC BY 4.0 or CC BY-NC 4.0 licenses, users may reproduce it in accordance with their terms.
Additionally, if the article had been published under CC BY-NC 4.0, the use for the following commercial purposes requires permission:

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  • linking to the content (in an email, webpage, portable electronic device or otherwise) for the specific purpose of marketing or advertising a person, product, course, service or organization for commercial benefit.

If the published article is available to subscribers only, the author can use the materials of the paper in theses or dissertation, articles may be presented as a presentation, copies of the article may be used by their colleagues in researches, authors can make print or electronic copies for personal use. Thus, authors can reproduce their own work without applying for permission. We only ask for final acknowledgement of first publication and a link to the definite published version.

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Reprints
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We aim to respond to permissions requests whenever possible within 10 working days.

Hardcopy reprints

Authors may order hardcopy reprints of their articles. Use the table to determine the cost of the reprints (prices are presented for one reprint).

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Editorial Board members and reviewers constantly work on increasing the efficiency of manuscripts evaluation and selection of the papers that present extreme importance to the scientific field. In this respect, there are factors that result in a rejection of a significant share of papers submitted for publication. The reasons for rejection can be different. Main reasons are listed in Peer Review and Research Misconduct Policies.

Kozmenko Science Publishing emphasizes that in no case place of work or country of residence of the scientist, his racial or religious affiliation can be the reason for rejection.

In this respect, we ask the authors to pay attention to necessity of observing publication ethics principles. Submitted manuscripts should be relevant in content and comply with the aim, tasks and specialization of the journal.

The language of the manuscript should be professional, and the format should comply with the standards given. Weak English and incompliance with the format standards will not obligatorily lead to rejection, but can delay paper acceptance until the author makes the amendments. The acceptance rate for the journal is calculated as a number of manuscripts accepted for publication compared with total number of manuscripts submitted in one year.

To have a clear vision about period of consideration and process of review of your paper, authors can always contact the editorial assistant. Period of paper consideration is not fixed and can be changed depending on different factors, but our employees will keep you informed about the status of the publishing process.

Acceptance rate and average time from submission to publication will be displayed in the beginning of 2018.

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The author may deposit post-print version of the paper (accepted version of the manuscript after peer-review and content amendments, but before copyediting, typesetting and proof correction) to the author's personal website, provided that it is non-commercial, and to the repository of the author's institution with acknowledgement of the Publisher and the Journal (acknowledgement should be made as follows: "This is an accepted peer-reviewed version of the paper. The published version of the article is available at Kozmenko Science Publishing at http://kozmenkopublishing.com").

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The International Research Journal "Nowadays and Future Jobs" is a subscription-based journal that supports open-access (hybrid). If the paper is accepted, the author has two publication options:
1). Open-access publication with article processing charge of €260, where all rights to the paper belong to the author. Please request an invoice (or information about other methods of payment) from an Editorial Assistant or follow the link to Pay online.
After the issue is published, corresponding author will receive printed copy of the issue free of charge (additional copies are available for ordering from an Editorial Assistant).
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Authors can order printed copies of their issues contacting an Editorial Assistant of the journal.
If authors want the size of the article to exceed 6000 words, they should contact an Editorial Assistant to elaborate on details.

Discounts
Kozmenko Science Publishing is considering discounts for particular cases and individuals. For this purpose author(s) should send an e-mail to the editorial assistant specify the reason for requesting a discount.

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Olena Makarova

Member of the NAS of Ukraine, Doctor of Economics, Deputy Director for Science of the Institute for Demography and Social Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

Spheres of scientific interests: human development at the global and national measurements; evaluation of social policy; social economy; education and employment as the factors of human development.