Assessment of Career Skills at the High School Level

Sar B. Khan, Sabir A. Khan

Abstract


An instrument containing 50 items, ten items in each of the five skill-areas of self-evaluation and development, career-awareness, career decision-making, employment-seeking, and work-effectiveness was administered to 939 grade 12 students from two large school boards. The results indicated that performance in both school boards was similar: females obtained significantly higher mean scores than males on three of the five subtests; and the Advanced Level students obtained significantly higher mean scores on all five subtests than the General Level students.

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