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Occupational choice of male graduate students as related to values and personality: A test of Holland's theory

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Occupational choice of male graduate students as related to values and personality: A test of Holland's theory

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Abstract

The purpose of this study was to determine the relationships among personality factors, value patterns, and occupational choice, as determined by major area of concentration, of male graduate students at the University of North Dakota in the context of Holland's theory of vocational choice. Using Holland's classification system, six groups were derived: Realistic, Intellectual, Conventional, Enterprising, Social, and Artistic. Relationships between major area of concentration and scores achieved on the Holland Vocational Preference Inventory, the Allport-Vernon-Lindzey Study of Values, the Miller Occupational Values Indicator, and the Cattell and Eber Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire were investigated. Results of discriminant analysis revealed several interesting findings, and conclusions related that life values, work values, and personality characteristics were significantly related to occupational choice.


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