INTERNAL FACTOR THAT INFLUENCE CAREER READINESS
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Keywords

Internal Factor
Career Readiness

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Theodora, B., Martiah, S., & Yanti, R. R. (2019). INTERNAL FACTOR THAT INFLUENCE CAREER READINESS. Asia Proceedings of Social Sciences, 4(3), 106-108. https://doi.org/10.31580/apss.v4i3.773

Abstract

Everyone prepares to enter any job as quickly as possible and this is the main focus of many people, rather than ensuring that they choose and have a sustainable job that offers opportunities to progress and follow their interests and abilities. Career life is related to the development of personal life and is part of the success of life, so that everyone's career life must be carefully prepared. Individual readiness in careers starts with exploration, preparation, and planning. The research conducted shows the results that the three tested variables have a positive effect on one's career readiness. self-concept factors affect 10.8%, self-interest in careers affects 32.4% and learning motivation is 17.6%. The biggest factor that influences is interest, when students have interests and have chosen their career choices, students will explore, prepare and plan every step that needs to be taken to achieve the expected career.

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