Factors that affect Ho Chi Minh City psychology students’ career value orientation and educational solutions

Phan Hong Nguyen

Abstract


This treatise mentions the factors that affect Ho Chi Minh City psychology students’ career value orientation and educational solutions. In this treatise, the author reports the results from a study of psychology students’ career value orientation. According to the results, the factors that affect psychology students’ career value orientation register at a nearly high degree. Among them, two factors which needs attentions in student intake and student education are personality and career passion. Solutions to the education of career value orientation to Ho Chi Minh City psychology students are: 1). Constructing a compulsory course in the psychology program to enhance the expression of their career value orientation, 2). Educational institutions synchronously cooperating with relevant organizaitons in the career value orientation education process, 3). Family, educational institutions, and society closely collaborating in the career value orientation process.


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