An Empirical Study on the Professional Identity and Career Decision-making Difficulties of Business Administration College Students

Xiuyun GONG

Abstract


This paper studied the career decision difficulties of college students through 268 questionnaires, and revealed the influence mechanism of the degree of major recognition on the career decision-making difficulties. First of all, the original Major ldentity and Career decision difficulties questionnaire were adjusted; Secondly the influential factors were analyzed and found that gender, major, major selection intention and family residence, whether to participate in major practice impact on major and career decision-making significantly. Hierarchical Regression Model shows that major recognition has significant negative influence on career decision-making difficulties. Therefore, in order to improve students’ major recognition and reduce the difficulty in making employment decisions, it is necessary to strengthen professional guidance from the college entrance examination application. More professional practice and more vocational guidance for rural children.


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Professional identity; Career decision-making difficulties; Influence factor

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11709

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