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Every parent wishes for the best career for their children, every child wants to excel in life and every teacher identifies with a successful career for his/her students.
But what really influences career choice? Does personality have influence on career choice? How about training and choice of career? This book delves into these questions focusing on an ongoing study on Self-monitoring theory and career choice.
Taking on sample groups from Students at University taking different courses, the writer sheds light into these dynamics and brings out key findings that reflect good lessons to all relevant stake-holders.
It is what Parents, Students and teachers should know.
The study is commendable for reference in all levels of preparing children for Career and especially at college level where they focus on career-based studies.
Daniel is an Educationist, a Scholar and Researcher.
He is currently finishing a PHd in Educational Psychology at Kenyatta University in Kenya.
His has had extensive studies on relevant issues of Education that are of great interest to Teachers, Parents and Education Policy Makers.
He has designed variety of training programmes on health systems.
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