CAREER MATURITY TRAINING TOWARDS CAREER ORIENTATION OF CLASS XII STUDENTS IN SMA 10 BOGOR, INDONESIA

Ervina Peralaiko, Erdina Indrawati

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Adolescence, through their development years, has tasks to be completed. One of the developmental tasks is to choose and prepare for their career in the future. Mastering all the necessary skills is important to decide for the right career. However, according to a survey involving students of class XII of SMA Negeri 10 Bogor (10 Senior High School Bogor), 50% of the participants have not yet decided what they are going to be in the future. This study showed that these students have not yet engaged in career maturity to plan for their career. Based on this study, the researchers planned to design a career maturity training to enhance their skills on deciding for the right career. The purpose of the research is to discover the effectively of career maturity training on grade XII high school students. This research uses quasi-experimental approach, with Single Group Pre-test-Post-test research design and involves and involves 21 students with low-to-medium career maturity level. Before the pre-test result was handed over, the training score of all students were 57. After the training was finished, the post-test result was 154. Based on this data analysis results, we can conclude that there is a significant result difference between the before and after the researchers gave the training to grade XII students. It means that the training given is considered effective.

 

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career maturity, adolescence, training

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