This course is recommended for students in Grades Students shall be awarded one credit for successful completion of this course. To prepare for careers in agriculture, food, and natural resources, students must attain academic skills and knowledge in agriculture.
It would also allow students to examine processes they use for career selection.
Introduction Many factors affect career choices of College students. Identifying these factors would give parents, educators, and industry an idea as to where students place most of their trust in the career selection process.
The literature review has provided recommended models in career choices.
All three played varying roles in career outcomes. This study attempted to identify to what extent these factors played a role in career choice and which were most important.
Specific objectives of the study were the following: The significance of the study includes the following: Technical colleges might more aggressively inform students earlier in their schooling, of information, knowledge, and skills they could apply to their daily studies.
Sources of influence, such as parents or mentors, could be brought into a circle of counselling and discussion to help the student form a comprehensive career plan or outline. The researcher will analyze the collected information and identify any existing trends.
In addition, he will suggest and explore implications and recommendations. Purpose of Study Identifying factors which influence career choice, and the differences in the factors influencing different groups of students, will assist us in identifying underlying causes for their choice.
The underlying reasons for these differences, are many, hence a full diagnosis of the problem, is beyond the scope of the paper.
The research is, therefore, exploratory and raises a number of further questions for investigation in future. This paper reports on an extensive survey amongst students who recently began studying at colleges. This paper does not investigate the students attitudes towards careers, but rather tries to determine the underlying factor regarding how important various factors and sources were in making their actual career choices in terms of selecting a degree programme at a an institution.
The three major areas affecting career choice were environment, opportunity and personality. The purpose of the study was to identify the most important factor within these three factors that Post Graduate students used in deciding upon career choices. Research questions The questions of the research were the following: Significance of the study The significance of the study was as follows: Academic colleges, technical colleges, industry, and armed forces could provide students with relevant information earlier in their schooling.
They could be more aggressive, giving students information they could test and use in their daily studies and apply to their career choice. Sources of influence such as parents or mentors could be brought into a circle of counselling and discussion, to help the student form a comprehensive career plan or outline.
Assumptions Assumptions of the study were as follows: Limitations Limitations of the study included the following: While the size of the study was large enough to conclude reasonable assumptions, the sample data was obtained from one college in a particular geographic location and may not have been indicative of the larger population.
Definitions For clarity, the terms used in the study were defined as follows: Career choice — The broad opportunities that exists for life long vocations. These vocations are set out in a framework of strategies moving toward personal goals.
Fields of vocational, academic, and sociological endeavors are explored for the purpose of satisfying personal, economic, and intellectual goals. Environment — The complex physical factors that make up our surroundings Britannica,and in turn act upon us.
For the purposes of this study they would include the forces of family, political, social, and economic issues that both typical and non-typical students may deal with on a day-to-day basis. Motivation — Forces acting on or within a person causing an initiation of behaviour Britannica or what it is that moves us.
In this study we will deal with the issues that help or hinder students in making career choices. These choices or paths give the individual a selection between two or more outcomes.
Personality — A characteristic way of thinking, feeling and behaving Britannica, Quality of life — The depth in the content of richness and fullness in our day- to-day existence. This includes observed and unobserved criteria that contribute to the fulfillment with our expectations and aspirations.
Summary Exploration of career choices should be a positive endeavor for college students. A thoughtfully constructed career choice process will provide a meaningful, productive, satisfying quality of career choices.
A career choice process or outline might provide better answers than making life decisions based upon 18 years of experience.Coopersmith Career Consulting, an NCCRS member since June , facilitates the preparation of nontraditional post-secondary students for careers that match their interests and abilities.
Coopersmith Career Consulting seeks to enable people whose circumstances make it inconvenient or too costly to achieve a traditional college education to nevertheless achieve training and/or.
investigate thoroughly the influence of environmental factors on students choice of career instead, emphasis were placed on factors such as personality type, prestige and economic rewards.
factors affecting career choice of students in mabama damian ii a. abayon thesis outline submitted to the faculty of the southern philippines agri – business and marine and aquatic school of technology, matti, digos city, in the fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of master of arts in education (educational administration) october.
Factors Affecting Students’ Choice of Bachelor of Science in Accountancy as Major A Review of Related Literature and Studies Accounting as defined by Webster is the system of recording and summarizing business and financial transactions and analyzing, verifying and reporting the results.
The Factors Inﬂ uencing College Choice National Research Report. Even the top enrollment factor from students at career schools, future career opportunities, indicates a strong economic concern.
Academic reputation was also a strong factor, ranking as one of the top three enrollment factors across. Factors Influencing Career Choices of Adolescents and Young Adults in Rural Pennsylvania Abstract Adolescent occupational choice is influenced by many factors, including life context, personal aptitudes, and educational attainment.