Ginzberg Career Development Theory?


Eli Ginzberg spent his career as a professor of economics. His Theory of Career Development proposed that the job decisions people make are part of an irrevocable process, that happens in fairly clearly defined periods and are characterized by a succession of compromises the person has to make between what they had wished for and what their actual possibilities are. The three major periods of this process include Fantasy, Tentative, and Realistic. He suggested that children who came from lower income families were more likely to enter the Realistic period earlier than children from wealthier families.
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