Career planning from the perspective of future civil engineers and journalists: a case study
Keywords:Career plan; Work and education; Engineering and journalism.
This work aimed to understand career planning in the student perspective through an exploratory, descriptive, quali-quantitative research, with a single case study.72 career plans were analyzed, 53 prepared by Civil Engineering students, and 19 from the Journalism course. The understanding of career planning was established in two areas: the application of the Career Plan methodology, Oliveira (2009); and Dutra's career concept (2002). Career plan involves the vision of professional future spelled out as a planned set of internships linked to individual, business and community needs; and career involves changes in aspirations, satisfaction standards, self-conceptions and other attitudes of the person focused on their work and their life, considering the changes in society in the world of work, and was presented by 5 students, Civil Engineering, 10%; and 7 from Journalism, 37%. The preparation of the career plan enabled self-knowledge for 31 respondents, 58.5% of the civil engineering course and 17 students, 89.5% of the journalism course. The study allowed to verify that the personal career management considering aspects of self-knowledge, based on the development of a specific reference in the professional choices pointed out as relevant in the researched literature, is incipient in the researched group.
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