The Impact of Mind-Mapping Method to Student's Career Decision-Making
Proceedings of the 1st Borobudur International Symposium on Humanities, Economics and Social Sciences (BIS-HESS 2019)
Technology is constantly changing the way we work which will emphasize variance of work itself. It created a host of new position of job which never before existed. The career options available today is nothing like they were 20 years ago. Career decision-making present an important role to endorse productive and precise career in the future. In other side, mind-mapping as a powerful tool is design to maximize career ideas, create concepts which can turn to career prototype to have a more
... o have a more concrete directions to test their prototype. The focus of this research was to determine the effect of mind-mapping methods on career decision-making on Psychology faculty's student in Muhammadiyah Lampung University. Research design using quasiexperimental one group pre-test & post-test design with 26 students as experiment group based on the prescreening results. Research instrument used is career decision-making scale adapted from Betz's theory (2004). The results showed that mind-mapping method had significant effect on career decision-making with paired samples t-test results with t score -6,405 (p <0.05). The average gain score before treatment was 91.61 increased to 103 after treatment. The goal selection aspect had a higher final total score with 546 score compared to other aspects. Therefore, mind-mapping method significantly influences the final goal selection process which is closely related to student career decision-making. The implication of this research will further enhance the use of mind-mapping methods as a more practical tools for decision making.