What Is Professional Identity?

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Professional identity implies both a cognitive psychological and a sociological perspective which people develop in interaction with other people. It is expressed in ones perceptions of 'who they are' and 'who they want to become' as a result of this interaction.
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Professional identity refers to the set of attitudes, beliefs, experiences, ideals and principles that define a person in their professional career. Generally, they tend to determine who we interact with in our professional lives. These interactions and professional experiences proceed to define one's professional identity.
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