Career construction, a counselling system and theory of vocational behavior in the life-design tradition, addresses human life-careers amidst the complexities of 21st-century times. Augmenting 20th-century views on career as person–occupation match and cycle of self through stages and roles, career construction theorists view career as a vehicle for self-making through social interaction. Career construction counselling constructs, deconstructs, reconstructs, and co-constructs client narratives about self-views, preferred work settings, livable scripts, self-advice, and perspectives on current problems. This reflexive process increases narratability of a coherent career story; adaptability resources for managing career tasks, transitions, and traumas; and intentionality to design a meaningful life-career.