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Research Paper | Psychology | India | Volume 9 Issue 4, April 2020
Gender Differences in Career Decidedness among Pre University Students
Dipeeka Sanneboyna | Dr. Nethravathi R
Abstract: Career is an important and major agenda of every individual. a effective way to follow a career is to be passionate and focus on achieving the goal. The aim of the study to identity gender difference in career decision making among pre-university students from 11th and 12th Arts stream in Goa city. The non-experimental comparative research design was used. The data was assessed using career decision making scale (CDMS-ks) by Dr. Kirandeep Singh. The sample comprised of 120 (60 females, 60males) for both the domains i. e career decidedness and career indecision. the sampling method employed was convinces sampling method. Frequency, descriptive statistics and Independent t -test was used for data analysis. The results indicated that there was no significant gender difference found in career decision making among the pre-university students.
Keywords: Career, Career decidedness, Career indecision, Arts stream, young adolescents, vocational guidance
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 4, April 2020,
Pages: 1768 - 1774
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