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Career Counseling Final Project

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Transcript of Career Counseling Final Project

Generation
WHY
Target Population: College Graduates of Generation Y (those children born during the 1980s and early 1990s)
Generation
WHY NOT
Target Population: College Graduates of Generation Y (those children born during the 1980s and early 1990s)
The Issue: Generation Y Graduates are not finding jobs in their field, getting out of the house, and starting a productive life, as they expected.
Demos, a public policy research firm, found that 18-34 year olds make up 45% of the unemployed.
NYTimes found that 1.5 million or 53.6% of bachelor degree-holders under 25 last year (2012) were unemployed or under employed.
Location matters: In Michigan, the jobless rate for recent college graduates is 13%, Oregon 10%, but in Alaska, only 2.4%
Kathryn Higgins, a recent college graduate, said, “my ultimate goal right now is just to get a full-time job that has benefits; I don’t care if it’s in my field."
The ten most underemployed Majors (from better to worse): Economics, English, Biology, Psychology, History, Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Drama/Theater Arts and Criminal Justice (tie), Business Administration and Management
X
So if a 4.0 isn't enough anymore,
what do Generation Y graduates
need
to get a job?
1. Personal Capital: Who you are!
Career belief inventory, Holland's assessment, Myers-Briggs test
2. Intellectual Capital: What you know!
The actual degree--learning the information that you set out to learn
3. Social Capital: Who you know!
linkedin.com, alumni associations, professional organizations, events, informational interviewing, student groups, blogs/websites, professors, conferences, etc.
4. Financial Capital: Who knows you know what you know!
linkedin vouching, references about skills, e-portfolio, CV; visualcv.com
Theory:
Chaos
Chaos Theory:
"Career challenges that are influenced by greater complexity, more chance event, and greater change than people experienced in the last century."
Career development is more likely to be influenced by unplanned events
Chaos Theory acknowledges the impact of change, uncertainty, and complexity in the career development process
Nonlinearity: "Small or seemingly trivial and unplanned events can have significant career implications
Sometimes changing everything changes nothing


The Life-Designing Model
21st Century approach
In the past: "loyal and dedicated workers could aspire to a job for the rest of their lives, and the organization would respond by offering job security"
"They are rooted in assumptions of stability of personal characteristics and secure jobs in bounded organizations. "
"Second, they conceptualize careers as a fixed sequence of stages."
Life-Designing
Model
Back to our previous question:
So if a 4.0 isn't enough anymore,
what do Generation Y graduates
need
to get a job?
Move in to the postmodern economy.
The new question for career counseling: "How may individuals best design their own lives in the human society in which they live?"
The future: "The assumption that aptitudes and interests are sufficient to succeed in a given job or training, and the belief that such requirements remain stable and predictable seem to be no longer true. "
The life-designing model provides individual with the ability to design and enact a career story that "supports adaptive and flexible responses to developmental tasks, vocational traumas, and occupational transitions."
The New
Works Cited

Altavena, L. (2012, April 27). One in Two New College Graduates is Jobless or Underemployed. Retrieved from The New York Times: http://thechoice.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/04/27/one-in-two-new-college-graduates-i-jobless-or-underemployed/?_r=1

Applied chaos: Using the chaos theory of careers in counseling. (n.d.). Retrieved from Careers in Theory. http://careersintheory.wordpress.com/2010/09/21/applied-chaos/

Berman, J. (2012, June 18). Underemployment Widespread Among College Graduates, Worst For Business Majors: Analysis. Retrieved from Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/18/underemployment-payscale_n_3459887.html

Dauwalder, J.-P., Duarte, M., Esbroeck, R., Guichard, J., Nota, L., Rossier, J., . . . van Vianen, A. (2009). Life designing: A paradigm for career construction in the 21st century. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 1-12.

Generation Y. (n.d.). Retrieved from BusinessDictionary.com: http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/Generation-Y.html

Jacobs, E. (2013, September 6). TED Radio Hour: The Next Greatest Generation? Retrieved from TED: http://blog.ted.com/2013/09/06/ted-radio-hour-the-next-greatest-generation/

MoneyWatch. (2013, May 28). College students sweating their future. Retrieved from CBS MoneyWatch: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/college-students-sweating-their-future/

Niles, S., & Harris-Bowlsbey, J. (2013). Career development interventions in the 21st century. Upper Saddle River: Pearson.

Savickas, M. L., et al. Life designing: A paradigm for career construction in the 21st century. Journal of Vocational Behavior (2009)

Sundheim, K. (2012). Why college graduates can’t find jobs.

Ted Talks (2012). How to graduate college with a job you love & less debt: Julllien Gordon at Tedx Midwest.

Top 10 Most Underemployed Majors (tenth to first). (n.d.). Retrieved from Payscale: http://www.payscale.com/data-packages/underemployed/slideshow/psychology-major

Tsouvalas, D. (2012, November 29). StudentAdvisor, Millennial Branding Release Study on Career Development. Retrieved from StudentAdvisor: http://www.studentadvisor.com/pages/studentadvisorcom-and-millennial-branding-release-new-study-on-student-career-development
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Generation Y
, n.d.)
(MoneyWatch, 2013)
(Altavena, 2012)
(MoneyWatch, 2013)
(Berman, 2012)
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Payscale
, 2013)
(TedTalks, 2012)
(Niles, S. & Harris-Bowlsbey, J., 2013)
(Savickas, 2009)
(Savickas, 2009)
(TedTalks, 2012)
(TedTalks, 2012)
(TedTalks, 2012)
(TedTalks, 2012)
(TedTalks, 2012)
(Niles, S., & Harris-Bowlsbey, J., 2013)
Program:
www.thenew4oh.com
Used to help new graduates find the tools the need to develop each step.
Survey before and after use of website.

Evaluation:
Post-Survey
The users will give information regarding their job obtainment, educational application, what resources they used to obtain the job, emotional and psychological feelings
How they can provide help to others (Social/Financial Capital)
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