ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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North-East Frontier Agency Tribes-Impact of Ahom and British Policy

 The rank order in which different occupational values are emphasised by business students is consistent with that found by earlier studies in the United States. This shows that a person's values play an important part, if not in determining his choice of a career, at least in delimiting the alternatives that are open to him. Occupational values, as used here, are not thought of as a fixed trait. Therefore, one may raise the question: Why cannot a person pick a profession irrespective of his occupational values and then adjust his values to the demands of the profession he has chosen?

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