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Career Info, Counseling And Occupational Choices Among Learners In Secondary In Mbarara District, Uganda
There is an increasing demand for career info and counselling services worldwide. Push and pull factors arising from labour market reforms and modernization of education and training systems in developing and middle-income countries call for the improvement of career info and counselling provision. Thus this study intended to determine the association between career info and occupational choices among secondary schools in Mbarara district, Uganda. 11,316 form six learners aged 17-20 took part in the study. This study adapted a causal-comparative research design. Simple random sampling was used to select 383 participants. Researcher-made questionnaires were used to collect data.
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