Event Title

Predominant Career Anchors in Business Administration and Public Accounting Students of the School of Administration and Accounting Sciences of the Adventist University Corporation - UNAC

Location

Chan Shun Hall Room 209

Start Date

15-6-2022 11:15 AM

End Date

15-6-2022 12:15 PM

Description

This study determined the predominant career anchors of students in the Business Administration and Public Accounting programs of the School of Administrative and Accounting Sciences of the Adventist University Corporation (UNAC). The theoretical reference used was the Career Anchors Measurement Model proposed by Edgar Schein (1968), which defines career anchors as perceived self-concepts, skills and motivations, related to career decision-making. The method used to collect the information was the survey elaborated with the Google forms tool, based on the questionnaire proposed by Schein in 1962. According to the findings, it was confirmed that career anchors are already in people in the university stage, but they are only self-perceived once individuals start their working stage and have diverse experiences in their work environment.

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Predominant Career Anchors in Business Administration and Public Accounting Students of the School of Administration and Accounting Sciences of the Adventist University Corporation - UNAC

Chan Shun Hall Room 209

This study determined the predominant career anchors of students in the Business Administration and Public Accounting programs of the School of Administrative and Accounting Sciences of the Adventist University Corporation (UNAC). The theoretical reference used was the Career Anchors Measurement Model proposed by Edgar Schein (1968), which defines career anchors as perceived self-concepts, skills and motivations, related to career decision-making. The method used to collect the information was the survey elaborated with the Google forms tool, based on the questionnaire proposed by Schein in 1962. According to the findings, it was confirmed that career anchors are already in people in the university stage, but they are only self-perceived once individuals start their working stage and have diverse experiences in their work environment.