The Impact of Gender on Hospitality Undergraduates' Perceived Career Barriers
Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education
hospitality students, barriers, gender, career goals, foreclose to career choices, advising, mentoring, faculty
Business | Hospitality Administration and Management
The purpose of this study was to examine whether gender is associated with hospitality undergraduates' perceived career barriers and how gender affects two career-related variables (career decision self-efficacy and tendency to foreclose) when considering internal or external career barriers. Results revealed that female and male students perceived career barriers differently: Females were more sensitive to gender issues than males, whereas males were less likely to explore their career options as fully as females. Implications and recommendations for hospitality educators and career advising are included in this study.
Chuang, Ning Kuang (2010). The Impact of Gender on Hospitality Undergraduates' Perceived Career Barriers. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education 22(3), 12-19. doi: 10.1080/10963758.2010.10696980 Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.kent.edu/flapubs/40