Agusrini Najamatussyifa Ritonga, Muhammad Nur Wangid


Career guidance for career choices is very important because it affects career choice decisions. This study aims to examine and determine the effect of career guidance services to make career decisions. The data collection method is using observation, questionnaire and interview techniques. The sample in this study was class X SMA Negeri 2 Rantau Selatan with 8 students. In data analysis using SPSS version 20 using one group Pretest-Posttest Design, the probability value sig.(2-tailed) is 0.000 <0.05, so H0 is rejected and Ha is accepted. So, it can be ascertained that there is an influence of career guidance services to make career decisions for students of class X SMA Negeri 2 Rantau Selatan.


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