No One’s A Mystery Essay, Research Paper
Career choice, for many individuals in our society, is a sociological issue. (Brooks-Gunn & Schempp-Matthews, 1979). We tend to imitate what we see that we
find pleasing; at an early age we grasp objects that our parents, teachers, or other important individuals place within our reach; we find pleasure in playing the games
that we see our family and friends playing. Many young people choose careers by that for which they believe they or their parents can afford to finance training.
Some choose careers based primarily on how much time they want to have for family and leisure activities, especially young women (Richmond-Abbott, 1983).