Introduction: High School and Popularity Course Parents

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THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

Introduction

One major factor is that many students do not have a vision for themselves; many students are confused about which major to choose which then relates to the specific courses they should be enrolled in, same stress and pressure of choosing amongst to multitude to take in college. In view of those things, they decided to conduct a research regarding what courses will further their chance of getting a good career upon their graduation. They will make a parallel research having the pulp presently graduating fourth year students regarding their course preference, and a systematic research of trending jobs in demand for the next four or five years. It is considered as one of the biggest choice they make regarding to this education. Thus, choosing they course is already the first step to this to a good career. Before being admitted to a university, they course preference will always be asked. Otherwise some choose their course because of some reasons like personal choice, peer’s influence, parent’s decision, or because of economic demand. Should High-school graduates shouldn’t take a year off before entering college. As you prepare for graduating high school, you previously determine whether you should enroll into college, or take a year off. In many opinions, there are many negative affects if you decide to take a year off of school, instead of attending after graduating high school. The traditional concept is to enroll into college after getting out of high school, for many reason’s it will be beneficial to succeeding in furthering your academic pursuits, rather than losing time taking a year off instead of going into college. High school graduates that attend college the year after high school tends to have a well knowledgeable mind, and retain more from what they were taught in high school to engage into their college courses. Also, they are use too of the routine of attending school every day, schedules might change but from homework to projects it is easily managed. Many students enrolling in college have the ability to pay tuition, and can receive financial aid, if eligible.  College applications are provided information of your personal and educational records. Having a solid application will lead you to the right path, enrolling into college with the help and knowledge from high school is a great resource, rather than depending on yourself to create a phenomenal college application, you’re not lazy to apply yourself to this task, because you’re pushed to do so. Not attending college, and not applying yourself to your applications, may damage your future in getting into the college you desire. The year off will lead you to not focusing on what you want to do, and take you off the task of deciding to attend college or stay out. But what’s the most important reason? Aiming for dreams is easy, but fulfilling them is not. We must take everything into consideration.

Theoretical Framework
The Career Key is based on John Holland's theory of vocational choice. At its simplest, this theory proposes that "Birds of the same feather flock together." In other words, people like to be around others who have similar personalities. In choosing a career, it means that people choose jobs where they can be around other people who are like them. It is the best known and most widely researched theory on this topic. It is used by many career counselors. Understanding it will help you make sense of your Career Key scores and how they are related to career choice. This discussion is divided into three sections: Section A describes Holland’s theory, section B the six personality types in the theory, and section C the six environment types: Holland's theory can be summarized in six statements:

1. In our culture, most people are one of six personality types: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional. See Section B on page 3 for a description of each type. 2....
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