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Ginzberg Career Development Theory

Ginzberg Career Development Theory

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  • 1. Ginzberg’s Career Development Theory
    (Ginzberg, Ginsburg, Axelrad and Herma Theory – 1951)
    Reynante S. Tagum
  • 2. Career development is a long-term process.
  • 3. Three (3) Periods of Career Development
    Fantasy (childhood, up to age 11)
    Tentative(adolescence, 11 to 17)
    Realistic(adulthood, 17 to 20 something)
  • 4. Fantasy(childhood, up to age 11)
    Stereotypical roles :
    doctor, policeman, priest,
    teacher, etc.
  • 5. Tentative(adolescence, 11 to 17)
    • Interest stage – likes and dislikes
    • 6. Capacity stage – things you do better
    than other things
    • Value stage – what’s important to you
    • 7. Transition stage – self-reliance and
    awareness of occupations
  • 8. Realistic(adulthood, 17 to 20 something)
    • Exploration stage – explore college or
    formal training
    • Crystallization stage – declare major or
    commit to certain type of
    work
    • Specification stage – specialize in grad
    school or specific job