ANALYSIS OF SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS, GENDER, AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS TO STUDENT CAREER MATURITY

Muhammad Abdul Ghofur, Ady Soejoto, Heni Purwa Pamungkas

DOI Number
https://doi.org/10.22190/FUEO200408017G
First page
219
Last page
230

Abstract


Career maturity is defined as a person's ability to identify and prepare for a career choice. Career maturity will be necessary for students because as the level of career maturity increases, the achievement of their work will also increase. This study aims to determine the factors that influence student career maturity. The type of research used is correlational research with quantitative methods. Data were collected using a questionnaire method and data analysis techniques using multiple linear regression. The results of the regression analysis showed that gender variables influenced career maturity, while academic achievement and socioeconomic status do not have a significant influence on student career maturity.


Keywords

Career Maturity, Academic Achievement, Socioeconomic Status

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