Assessing a Holistic Trait and Factor Approach to Career Development of College StudentsJournal of College Counseling (2002)
To assess the impact of a holistic career and life planning course on college students, the authors asked 209 students in treatment and control groups to complete measures of career development. Results indicate that the course significantly increases vocational identity and career decision-making self-efficacy and decreases career indecision.
- Counseling -- Research --Case studies,
- Career development -- Case studies
Publication DateMarch, 2002
Citation InformationPatrick Johnson, Cassandra N. Nichols, Walter C. Buboltz Jr. and Brian Riedesel. "Assessing a Holistic Trait and Factor Approach to Career Development of College Students" Journal of College Counseling Vol. 5 Iss. 1 (2002) p. 4 - 14
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