This paper explores how known career barriers such as gender, age, and ethnicity are impacting career readiness during the pandemic. Despite these barriers being significant, participants feel that their most challenging barrier currently is the global pandemic. Self-efficacy was measured to investigate its impact on future career outlook. Those with higher self-efficacy scores were more confident and optimistic for their future than those with lower scores.
Dr. Stephanie Jacobsen, Thesis Advisor
Dr. Patricio Torres-Palacio, Committee Member
Dr. Adriana Boveda, Committee Member
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Goncalves, Brandon. (2021). Barriers to Careers: How Self-Efficacy Impacts Student Career Readiness. In BSU Honors Program Theses and Projects. Item 472. Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/honors_proj/472
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