Extrinsic Motivating Factors on How Fourth Year Students Choose Their Career

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EXTRINSIC MOTIVATING FACTORS
ON HOW FOURTH YEAR
STUDENTS CHOOSE
THEIR CAREER

A Research Proposal Presented
To the Faculty of
National University

In Partial Fulfillment of the
Requirements for the Course
English Communication 2

Researched by:
MANALO, Paul Adrian
LOMERIO, Siljohn
PORTO, John Joshua
RUSTIA, John Tom Kenneth
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INTRODUCTION
One of the most critical decisions in a student’s life especially in a Fourth Year High School Student is choosing a career that will fit his potentials, skills, and proficiencies. A chosen career must be complementing with the potentials, skills, and proficiencies of a student, thus making a certain career hard to be decided for there are also factors that can influence a student’s assumption on what he’ll take up. These students decide by weighing the variables together and then concluding the most applicable or practical one. Motivation is defined as the general desire or willingness of someone to do something. It has Intrinsic and Extrinsic factors but we’ll focus in the Extrinsic Motivation for it is the specific ground of our research study. Extrinsic Motivation is defined as the individual’s motivational stimuli that come from outside source. We can say that an Extrinsic Motivation is either beneficial or destructive depending on how it is related to an individual. These factors of motivation will influence an individual to decide on what he’ll choose. Knowing the extrinsic motivation makes us conclude on why an individual thinks and decides a certain career and also how he relate these extrinsic motivation to other variables in concluding his decision. Choosing a career is very important thus, one must be peculiar and meticulous in deciding it because the career that you will be choosing will predict your future and how you will deal on challenges. Being wise enough to arrive in a certain conclusion or decision is essential in order to have a promising and well-paid future.

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

The aim of this Research Study with the gathering of quantitative data is to generalize a result that will answer the following questions: General Objective:
What are the factors that are present in choosing a career in Fourth Year High School Students? Specific Objective:
What is the relationship of extrinsic motivating factors with the other factors present in choosing a career in Fourth Year High School Students?

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
The significance of this study is to assess a solid foundation of facts about the Extrinsic Motivating Factors and its effect to decision making specifically in choosing the future career of Fourth Year High School Students. By these data we will be able to conclude reasons why an individual chooses this one among the others with a basis or foundation, making a generalization that is factual. We can also give assumptions and recommendations to improve the way of thinking of how individuals recognize or analyze these factors or data in arriving a conclusion or decision because as we say decision making is a critical and an essential thing that’s why the factors that influences it must be analyzed well and wisely therefore this study is significant.

THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

SCOPE AND LIMITATION
This study’s subjects are the Fourth Year High School Students of National University as the respondents. The concept will revolve around the identification of the motivating factors specifically the extrinsic motivating factors and also the factors that are related in concluding the career of the subjects. Specific aspects of phenomenon or the research study are the conduction of the survey in the respondents, evaluation of data gathered and the conceptualization of the facts. Ten (10) Fourth Year High School students will be randomly chosen in each section of the University as the Sampling Population. This study is as much as possible limited to the extrinsic motivating factors due to the fact that a study...
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