Also, Super’s six-dimension is appropriate for adolescent is truly applicable because senior high school students are fall under this category.
Another theory adopted for the research is David Tiedeman’s5 self-development approach to career.
The study aimed to determine the factors affecting career preferences of senior high school students of Eulogio “Amang” Rodriguez Vocational High School of the academic year 2009-2010.
Specifically, it sought to answer the following sub problems: The crystallization task (ages 14-18) is forming a preferred career plan and considering how it might be implemented.
According to the prescribed sequence, a new decision unfolds and must be made, beginning with exploration and eventually reaching integration.
If integration is not reached once again, the individual may adapt to a career environment or may simply withdraw and begin a new search for eventual integration.1.4.2.
Finally, the consolidation task (35 ) follows with advancement and seniority in a career.
Super also identified six dimensions that he thought were relevant and appropriate for adolescents: This theory is found to be appropriate because of its stressfulness in terms of developing a career plan that will guide the individual in choosing a career in college.
He believes that evolving ego-identity is of central importance in the career development process.
He referred to the evolving self-in-situation from the earliest awareness of self to point at which individual becomes capable of evaluating experiences, anticipating, and imagining future goals, and storing experiences in memory for future reference with his context of Erik Erikson’s eight psychosocial crises.