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The Career Development Questionnaire (CDQ)

The Career Development Questionnaire (CDQ)
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Purpose
Career maturity and career decisions

Age Range
Adolescents and young adults

Administration
25 minutes

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The Career Development Questionnaire (CDQ)

R. Langley

The Career Development Questionnaire was developed to provide an instrument evaluating the level of career maturity and readiness of adolescents and young adults to make career decisions. Assessment is made in five areas: Self-information, Decision-making, Career information, Integration of self-information with career knowledge, and Career planning.

The CDQ is suitable for individuals of different cultural backgrounds.

Norms

Comparative profiles/norms are available for high school learners (Grades 10 and 12; males and females), as well as for first year students (RAU and University of Zululand). 



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