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Impact of Career Ambitions On College Girls

Author(s) Bhavna Ramaiya
Country India
Abstract Abstract
This review paper examines the multifaceted impact of career ambitions on college girls, considering various psychological, social, and economic factors that shape their career aspirations and experiences. Drawing upon existing literature, empirical studies, and theoretical frameworks, the paper explores the challenges and opportunities faced by college girls in pursuing their career ambitions. It delves into the psychological implications of career ambitions, including self-efficacy, identity development, and mental health outcomes. Furthermore, the paper examines the socioeconomic implications of career ambitions, including income disparities, occupational segregation, and wealth accumulation. Additionally, it highlights the challenges and barriers faced by college girls in pursuing ambitious career goals, such as gender bias, lack of role models, discrimination in the workplace, and balancing family responsibilities. By providing a comprehensive overview of the topic, this review paper aims to inform policymakers, educators, researchers, and practitioners about the importance of supporting college girls in achieving their career aspirations and promoting gender equity and diversity in the workforce.
Keywords career ambitions, college girls, psychological implications, socioeconomic implications, gender bias.
Field Sociology > Home Science
Published In Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024
Published On 2024-03-09
Cite This Impact of Career Ambitions On College Girls - Bhavna Ramaiya - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.14766
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