The Influence Of “Edufair” Psychoeducation To Improve Student Career Maturity At Y Senior High School Of Makassar

Eva Meizara Puspita Dewi(1*), Novita Maulidya Djalal(2), Dian Novita Siswanti(3),

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A student who is able to choose a course by considering his or her ability, personality, and interests is likely to choose the right course for their self. The purpose of this study is to determine whether there is influence of giving "edufair" psychoeducation to career maturity of senior high school students. It is known by examining the differences in career maturity of students before and after being given psychoeducation about careers established in the "Edufair” psychoeducation program. The populations in the study are the students of XII grade in Y Senior High School of Makassar where they are willing to follow the activity until the end. The numbers of determined samples use random sampling technique, where the numbers of research subjects are 30 students. The used research design is One Group Pretest and Posttest Design. Career maturity is measured to use career maturity scale with instrument validity test result at career maturity scale generating validity index moving from 0,268 - 0,648, and reliability test made with alpha Cronbach formula yield reliability 0,884 at career maturity scale. Furthermore, the statistical test uses a difference test or t test. The results show the value of significance of 0.001, so the value of p = 0.001 <0.05. It shows that there is a significant difference in career maturity before and after the subject gets "Edufair" psychoeducation, so that psychoeducation proved to have an effect on career maturity


psychoeducation, career maturity, senior high school students

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