Introduction: Career choice is one of the most important choices students have made in their lifetime. Applications that influence, guide and facilitate this choice will play an important role in improving efficiency and productivity in individuals, educational and business institutions. The present study is the first one in terms of discussing these topics together in the literature.
Aim: The aim of this study was to determine the effects of career management practices on career decisions, academic motivations, professional outcome expectations and professional decision regret.
Method: This study is in an experimental research design with pre-application and post-application control groups. The study data was collected from the application and control group by face-to-face interview technique. Before and after the application, scales were applied to both groups for the content of the Personal Data Sheet and the research. The data was evaluated in the SPSS 21 package program.
Results: The data obtained before and after application (p<0.05) were interpreted at the level of significance. Career management there was a significant difference between career decisions, professional decision regret, professional outcome expectation and academic motivation scores (p<0.05).
Conclusion: Career Management Applications are effective in increasing the career decisions, academic motivations, vocational outcome expectation and in decreasing the professional decision regret.
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