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Career Planning Training to Improve Career Decision Making Self Efficacy and Achievement Motivation in High School Students

Journal: International Research Journal of Advanced Engineering and Science (IRJAES) (Vol.3, No. 3)

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Page : 119-123

Keywords : Career planning; self-efficacy in career decision making (CDMSE); achievement motivation.;

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Abstract

One of the tasks of developing adolescents at the middle to upper level is to make decisions about their future career choices. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of career planning training to improve self-efficacy in career decision making and achievement motivation of high school students. The sampling method used was purposive random sampling, with the results obtained as a research subject as many as 27 people in the XI class of high school X. The data collection in this study used a career decision making self-efficacy (CDMSE) scale and an achievement motivation and analyzed scale. Using t-test statistical analysis techniques (paired sample t-test and independent sample t-test). The results showed that career planning training was effective in improving self-efficacy in career decision making. Effective training contributions to research subjects who took part in career planning training were 42%. Career planning training in this study is less effective to improve achievement motivation of class XI students in high school X because it only affects 23%. The implication of this study is that school X can continue the intervention that is used as a solution to improve self-efficacy in career decision making and develop new methods to improve student achievement motivation at school X.

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