Realism of Preschool Children's Career Aspirations.
Leibham, Mary Beth
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Although career development is often associated with late childhood/early adolescence, there is growing evidence that career development is a lifelong process that begins in early childhood. Godttfredson's(2002) theory of career development states that career aspirations originate in the preschool years, when children are between 3-and 5-years-old. The current study contributes to the existing career development research by investigating the realism of preschool children's career aspirations.
Color poster with text, graphs, and table describing research conducted by Andrea Leisen, advised by Mary Beth Leibham.