International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Physiology Science | Malaysia | Volume 5 Issue 4, April 2016

Self-Efficacy Career and the Career Maturity of Teenagers at the Exploration Stage

Mohd Jahidi bin Rosdi | Jasmi bin Abu Talib | Norwaliza binti Abd. Wahab

Abstract: The purpose of this research is to check out the effect of Career Exploration Module on the self-efficacy career and the career maturity among the students in the college community. This research is in the form of quasi experiments pre and posttest in a control group that are not equivalent. (Non-equivalent pretest and posttest control group design). As much as 122 students in semester 4 in both of the community college in Malacca are being taken as a sample for this research. The data are collected by using two set of instruments. i) Career Maturity Inventory-Revised-CM-R to measure the attitude and efficiency of a student in planning a career. ii) Career Decision Making Self Efficacy Scale-Short Form CDMSE-SF to measure the level of selfefficacy career in students. The reliability of this research instrument has been analyses by using a method Alpha Cronbach and the value for both of this instrument are exceeding.70. The data are being analyses in a descriptive and inferential way. The analyzing descriptive by using mean is the frequency and percentage to see the different between two groups. On the other hand, the inferential analysis is using MANOVA method in order to see the different between groups after the experiment have been done. The findings of the research show that there is min difference that is significant between the controlled group and the experiment groups for the variables selfefficacy career and career maturity after the experiment. Results of this research proved that, selfefficacy career and career maturity can be upgraded if the students follow a systematic career program. The use of Career Exploration Module is proven to be effective for students of college community to build and increasing their career skills. .

Keywords: selfefficacy career, career maturity, community college, Career Exploration Module

Edition: Volume 5 Issue 4, April 2016,

Pages: 1522 - 1526

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