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noun

the process of assisting a student to choose, prepare for, and enter an occupation for which he or she shows aptitude.

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Origin of vocational guidance

First recorded in 1925–30
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vocational guidance

noun

a guidance service based on psychological tests and interviews to find out what career or occupation may best suit a person
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