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By Vernon G. Zunker

ISBN-10: 0534640176

ISBN-13: 9780534640170

This hugely winning booklet has been known as the main entire textual content out there, supplying scholars with wanted profession concept in addition to useful thoughts and examples. during the author's transparent writing kind, case examples, tables, and workouts, scholars strengthen a superb knowing of the theoretical types of occupation counseling and are completely uncovered to the sensible info on the way to successfully counsel consumers approximately profession concerns. As confirmed by way of the text's new subtitle, 'A Holistic Approach,' this considerably revised 7th version displays the growing to be emphasis on taking a look at the ''whole person''--values, temperament, abilities, and passions--to ascertain his or her top occupation healthy

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22). Thus, a career intervention may include an interpretation of measured interests for career decision making or a group counseling component designed to enhance one’s interpersonal skills. The Case for the Individual Vocational counseling was founded on the principle of individual differences in assets and strengths. Measures of individual traits were the primary focus of early vocational counseling. The major goal was to match an individual’s assets and strengths with job requirements (Picchioni & Bonk, 1983).

Counselors should be alert to global initiatives that emerge from career counseling programs in other nations. All secondary students in England are required to maintain records of achievement (ROAs) and individual action plans (IAPs). These records are used by school-leavers to obtain vocational training through a National Record of Achievement action plan sponsored by government policy. Specifically, the information is used to document individual career competencies and work experiences. This is a good example that illustrates the desire to provide career services to students who are about to make the transition from school-to-work or school-toschool.

In the private sector, the B’nai B’rith Vocational Service Bureau was established in 1938 and offered vocational guidance programs in metropolitan areas. During World War II, the armed services once again needed testing procedures to classify recruits. As a result, the Army General Classification Test (AGCT) was developed in 1940. In 1944 the Veterans Administration established centers throughout the country for career-related services that were offered to returning veterans. The George-Barden Act was passed in 1946, making funds available to establish counselor-training programs in all states.

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