Career Decision Self-Efficacy Scale
Dear student,

The Career Decision Self-Efficacy scale (CDSES, Taylor & Betz, 1983) is a measure of the way people perceive their ability to make educational and vocational decisions. The questionnaire contains a number of statements. You will be asked what you think about these statements. Please evaluate each statement considering the degree to which you agree or disagree with the statement  (1- disagree at all; 5- fully agree).
Please be aware that there are no right or wrong answers. Your opinion is what is wanted.
Also note that the following information will be kept strictly confidential and that providing us with your personal data is voluntary.
Thank you for your participation.

Daylighting Rivers Team
Sign in to Google to save your progress. Learn more
Do you think you can...? *
1- Disagree at all
2- Disagree
3- Undecided
4- Agree
5- Fully agree
1- Find information in the library about occupations you are interested in
2- Select a field of study from a list of potential majors you are considering
3- Make a plan of your goals for the next 5 years
4- Determine the steps to take if you are having academic trouble with an aspect of your chosen field of study
5- Accurately assess your abilities
6- Select one occupation from a list of potential occupations you are considering
7- Determine the steps you need to take to successfully complete your chosen field of study
8- Persistently work at your career goal even when you get frustrated
9- Determine what your ideal job would be
10- Find out the employment trends for an occupation over the next 10 years
11- Choose a career that will fit your preferred lifestyle
12- Prepare a good resume
13- Change field of study if you did not like your first choice
14- Decide what you value most in an occupation
15- Find out about the average yearly earnings of people in an occupation
16- Make a career decision and then not worry about whether it was right or wrong
17- Change occupations if you are not satisfied with the one you enter
18- Figure out if you need to give up on something to achieve your career goals
19- Talk with a person already employed in the field you are interested in
20- Choose a field of study or career that will fit your interests
21- Identify employers, firms, and institutions relevant to your career possibilities
22- Define the type of lifestyle you would like to live
23- Find information about graduate or professional schools
24- Successfully manage the job interview process
25- Identify from reasonable field of study or career alternatives if you are unable to get your first choice
Your school is... *
Your student number is... *
If you would like us to contact you for further information, please write your e-mail address:
Clear form
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Privacy Policy