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|Other Titles:||A Model on Factors of Occupation Selection for Students of Department of Child Care in Colleges of Science and Technology|
Department of Industrial Education, NTNU
The purpose of this study was to explore the occupation selection and the model of factors for students of department of child care in colleges of science and technology. A questionnaire survey was adopted in the study. The researcher used stratified random sampling. The total number of samples was 1001 students who studied the department of child care in colleges of science and technology. According to the information the researcher got from “Personality type scale,” "Work value scale," and "Occupation selection scale," descriptive statistic, Pearson correlation, t-test, and structural equation modeling were adopted to conduct statistic analysis. The important conclusions as follows,1. Among the score of students' personality types, "Social type" was the highest, and "Conventional type" was the lowest.2. Among the score of students' work values, "Professional identification" was the highest, and "Job achievement" was the lowest.3. Among the score of students' occupation selection, "Social cognition" was the highest, and "Self-cognition" was the lowest.4. The trio of personality types, work values, and occupation selection were closely related with one another.5.Students' personality types could influence their work values. Students' personality types could influence their occupation selection. Students' work values could influence their occupation selection.6.Students' personality types and work values could fit their occupation selection.
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