A Study on Important Factor to Achieving the Professional Goals among Students

Samadi, Mansour
February 2010
European Journal of Scientific Research;Feb2010, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p397
Academic Journal
The aim of this article is to study on Important Factor to achieving the professional goals among students. The finding indicates that students perceive the work environment skills to be somewhat intuitive and more determined by personal traits and less imparted by professors. And about perceived capabilities and perceived role of professors which were both at the same level of adequacy and degree of contribution, were ranked lower than the level of importance.


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