o A student must not choose a vocation because he or she sees his or her friends choosing the vocation

o A student must not choose a vocation because he or she sees his or her friends choosing the vocation.
o That parents must not force their children to choose a vocation.
o Get information about job descriptions and requirements
o Get information about the salary and working conditions.
o Get information about the education and training requirements.
o Source for information about the labour market, including industrial
o occupational trend.
o A student must choose a vocation where he or she has intellectual, ability, aptitudes, and interest.
o Experts to make appropriate vocational choices e.g. a guidance counselor must guide that student.
o That if you are not opportune to further your education, you must have to learn a trade.
o That the parents or teachers and even the child should detect his or her line of vocation from primary school by knowing his or her subjects of interest.