The link between career development learning and employability skills of senior high school students

Ronald C. Salape
Professional Schools, University of Mindanao, Davao City, Philippines

Elias G. Cuevas
Professional Schools, University of Mindanao, Davao City, Philippines


DOI: https://doi.org/

Abstract

The purpose of this research is to identify the domain of career development learning that best influences employability skills of Technical-Vocational senior high school students. This non-experimental quantitative research design utilized the survey approach involving N=103 Grade 12 senior high school students taking the Tech-Voc track in different educational institutions in Digos City. In analyzing the data, mean, Pearson r and regression analysis were used. Based on the findings, career development learning was assessed to be very high. Employability skills of students were also assessed to be very high. All measures of career development learning significantly correlated with employability skills. Lastly, among the domains of career development learning, transition learning was found the best influence on the employability skills of senior high school students.

Keywords: education, career development learning, employability skills, descriptive-correlation study, Philippines

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