Improving Career Planning using Website-Based Career Information Service
This research is aimed to improve the career planning of High School students through website-based career infromation service. The method applied in this research is multiple group pretest-posttest design that involeved 35 students as the exprimental group and 35 students as the control group. This reseacrh result showed that the condition of the career planning could be achieved and that students who underwent website-based career infromation servive experienced a higher improvement of career planing than those who gained career information planning by using conventional method.
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