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Last Updated: 15 January 2023

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Health career exploration through science, technology, engineering, and mathematics pipeline programming

Early exposure of racially diverse students to career choices and educational requirements early can be a path for increasing interest in healthcare occupations. Program structuring resembles u201csummer camps,u201d, in the sense that it gives students with educational opportunities outside of the traditional school curriculum. The Summer camps were designed to fill the gaps and ignite interest in healthcare careers among underrepresented minority students. This report explores the effect of a summer health exploration camp on student engagement and the success of sparking student interest in a variety of settings in the pursuit of a health-related career.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/feduc.2022.757888


How Do Students Become Good Workers? Investigating the Impact of Gender and School on the Relationship between Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy and Career Exploration

In both CDMSE and CE, male students scored significantly higher than female students in both CDMSE and CE, and school moderated the connection between CDMSE and CE, with the effect of CDMSE on CE on rural school students; a moderating effect of gender was not found. These results show that promoting CDMSE will help high-school students, especially rural school students, participate more in CE to ensure stable career growth under the protean and boundaryless career model.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/su13147876


Career Exploration and College Students’ Career Adaptability: The Mediating Role of Future Work Self-Salience and Moderating Role of Perceived Teacher Support

In this paper, a moderated mediation model is introduced to investigate the connection between career development and career adaptability, as well as exploring the role of perceived teacher support in future career development. Lastly, perceived teacher support is moderated by perceived teacher support in determining the indirect consequences of future work self-salience between career exploration and career transitionability. This research establishes the connection between career exploration and career growth as a result of future work self-salience and practical guidance on how to increase career flexibility by perceived teacher support.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2021/3532239


Career Exploration as Social and Emotional Learning: A Collaborative Ethnography with Spanish Children from Low-Income Contexts

Children's career exploration is a critical component of career growth. Children can develop the emotions derived from personal and contextual factors' interactions by giving meaning to life experiences by doing career exploration. Children from low-income families are more likely to drop out of school and display lower educational aspirations, according to evidence. Offering career exploration services promotes child participation in an intentional learning environment that encourages children to achieve a higher degree of career awareness and increase their aspirations for the future. Students aged 6 to 8 years old from a low-income school in Seville, South Africa, were included in the study. Our findings have revealed a system of influences that may play a role in the children's experiences with various environments and socialization agents, which play a significant role in the children's differing environments and emotions. Collaborative ethnography has been shown to be a valid method for studying career exploration as well as socioeconomic and emotional learning.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/educsci11080431


Listening to Stories of Peers with Chronic Illnesses: Extracurricular Career Exploration Activity for High School Students

This exploratory research reports the findings of an innovative career exploration program for high school students of a health science academy using achievement goal theory and positive youth development frameworks. Two experiments with adolescents with complicated congenital heart abnormalities or acquired heart disease in a schooling academic conducted two experiments. HSA participants ranked interacting with peers with cardiac disorders as the third most valuable learning opportunity out of nine alternatives, next to shadowing in a healthcare facility and attending career information meetings, according to the HSA's third most helpful learning experience out of nine options.

Source link: https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.54718/FWCS3878


Career agility for purposive career exploration: Role of adult learners’ career orientations and digital-era world of work awareness

Background: There are no empirical studies on individuals'u2019 career choices, digital-era work ethics, and career agility mindset in pursuit of career exploration. Work awareness and the cultural and functional skills, pure challenge, and general management career orientations were all significant antecedents of the career flexibility mindset. Conclusion: The relationships between the two study designs provide promising evidence for implementing career exploration theories in digital-era purposive career exploration counseling.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.4102/ajcd.v4i1.54


Do I decide my career? Linking career stress, career exploration, and future work self to career planning or indecision

This research examined the relationships between career stress, career exploration, future work self, career planning, and career planning among 1,012 Chinese college students using the Structure equation model to test the proposed mediation model, combining both construction technique and proactive motivation model. The effects of both career planning and career choice were documented by the mediating role of future work self on career growth and career exploration. Moreover, the report also found future work self's positive effects on both career planning and career indecision among Chinese college students.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2022.997984


Does shift-and-persist strategy buffer career choice anxiety and affect career exploration?

Abstract Objective For concrete future planning, the transition from school to the workforce is crucial. Considering these circumstances, we investigated whether shift-and-persist coping techniques could reduce the career choice anxiety of individuals with low SES and increase career exploration. The results from 311 students who were planning/doing for job hunting showed a negative correlation between S-P and career choice anxiety, as well as a positive association with career exploration. There are no significant results of the direct correlation between SES and career exploration, nor does the indirect connection between SES and career exploration via career choice anxiety.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s13104-022-06206-w


Bridge to the Future: A Career Exploration Frame of Reference for Students with Disabilities

The Social Cognitive Career Theory and Self-Determination Theories as the primary theoretical basis for a self-contained classroom. The Bridge to the Future Frame of Reference provides a new way to support secondary school students with IDD in a self-contained classroom environment by adopting the Social Cognitive Career Theory and Self-Determination Theory as the primary theoretical framework. The BTTF Frame of Reference aims to offer guidelines to prepare students with IDD vocational skills as well as other life skills, such as ADLs, IADLs, and community involvement, in order to improve student readiness for transition by enrolling them in career exploration activities.

Source link: https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.15453/2168-6408.1724


Interpersonal Factors Affecting Adolescents’ Career Exploration in PAKISTAN

This report investigated the effects of social care on university students in Pakistan's career transition. The surveys of social care and career exploration were completed by nine hundred and seventy-three university students from Pakistan. In addition, total social assistance greatly supports university students in Pakistan's career exploration. These findings contribute to our knowledge of the factors that influence career choice in university students.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/su14137681

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