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Study on the Factors of Career Choice in Culture Arts
문화예술분야의 진로선택요인에 관한 연구
- Jeong, Jae-Yeob (Dept. of Liberal Arts, Yewon Arts University) ;
- Choi, Myeonggil (Dept. of Business, Chung Ang University)
- Received : 2017.06.30
- Accepted : 2017.08.20
- Published : 2017.08.28
The purpose of this study was to investigate the motives of employment and self-employment for culture and arts major. In addition, we investigated the factors of career choice and the external environment of career barriers. A questionnaire survey was conducted on college students majoring in culture and arts in Gyeonggi Province. For 233 copies, t-test and MANOVA analyzes were conducted for this study. The career choice factors of culture and art major were researched in order of importance. In addition, there were differences in the career choice factors between the employee and the entrepreneur and between the genders. There was the interaction between the choice groups and the gender in some factors. The results of this study can be used for career education and counseling in the future by enhancing understanding of career choice of major in culture and arts field.
Culture and Arts;Career Choice Factors;External Environment;Employment;Entrepreneurship
Supported by : 예원예술대학교
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