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Textbook Problem

What factors affect a person’s choice of careers?

Summary Introduction

To determine: The factor that affects a person’s choice of careers.

Introduction: The term business is defined as the planned exertion of people to manufacture and trade, for revenues, the goods and services that fulfill the requirements of the people. A business must be designed in such a way that it is managed efficiently, gratify the needs and should make profits.

Explanation

The factor that affects a person’s choice of careers is as follows:

  • Individual tastes: Individuals will frequently tend to attempt to enter occupations that sound fascinating to them. For instance, an individual who wants to become a cricketer will not desire to become a football player.
  • Individual aptitudes: The capacities an individual will regularly figure out what work they need since they will normally need a career in a field which they can succeed...

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