Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Researchers first began classifying people as career-decided or career-undecided nearly 100 years ago (Parson, 1909). The concept of career indecision began to become a serious issue once people started having choices and could make decisions regarding their career options. Despite widespread presence on college campuses, career counselors had no standardized method to assess this indecision until very recently.
Since the late 1970s several assessments have been created. The purpose of this paper is to analyze seven of these assessments as an aid for practitioners who deal with undecided students.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Educational Leadership, Counseling, and Postsecondary Education
Michael D. Waggoner
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©2001 Jennifer Jakubek
Jakubek, Jennifer, "Assessing career indecision : a guide for practitioners" (2001). Graduate Research Papers. 893.