Career Decision-Making Characteristics of Primary Education Students in Greece

Despina Sidiropoulou Dimakakou, Kostas Mylonas, Katerina Argyropoulou, Nikos Drosos

Abstract


The present study aims at investigating career decision-making process of 6th grade students with the use of the Childhood Career Decision-Making Questionnaire (CCDMQ). CCDMQ offers scores for the following three decision-making dimensions: (a) Concerns/ fears regarding career future, (b) Investment ?n decision-making process, and (c) Knowledge of the World of Work. The study reports the psychometric properties and the results of an exploratory factor analysis of the CCDMQ in a sample of 531 6th grade students in the region of Attica, Greece. The implications for future research and for career guidance are discussed.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ies.v6n5p22

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