LITOIU, Nicoleta; OPROIU, Carmen Gabriela
May 2012
Proceedings of the Scientific Conference AFASES;May2012, p369
Conference Proceeding
Studies of the characteristics of universities students suggest a diversity of needs for career counseling and guidance programs. Research has consistently shown that almost one-half or more of university students' desire help with educational and vocational planning. University affects students' career choices and development by providing career mobility and advancement and by increasing career aspirations. The benefits of higher education can also lead to a fulfilling lifestyle and the capacity to make appropriate judgments over the lifespan. This paper is aimed to focus on the status of career counseling approach as is perceived by the academic strategies and educational policies at the universities level, in order to improve and facilitate the successful universities graduates' insertion on the job market.


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