Analysis of A Conceptual Framework of John Holland’s Theory of Career Satisfaction


  • Kaur Ramandeep
  • Patheja Surjit Kaur
  • Bajwa Amandeep Kaur



Job satisfaction, personality traits, John Holland’s Theory, Conceptual framework, conscientiousness, openness, neuroticism


This article aims to propose the conceptual framework of John Holland’s Theory of Career Choice for faculties of
university. This model achieves the requirements of a college where it covers every one of the critical variables
which assist the colleges with expanding the work fulfillment through surveying the character attributes of
resources and empower their maintenance after determination for a specific post. The examination is finished
by considering different parts of character characteristics like extroversion, principles, receptiveness,
neuroticism and a survey of the past writing pertinent to the investigation, especially nearby RIASEC as
outlined character attributes to give new bits of knowledge towards incredible occupation fulfillment in
resources of college. This paper proposes six measurements in particular practical, analytical, creative,
social, and venturesome. It is cheerful that this structure would perceive the best character characteristic
towards improving the work fulfillment among resources of colleges.

Author Biographies

Kaur Ramandeep

Principal, Ajit Nursing Institute, Sunam, Punjab, India

Patheja Surjit Kaur

Director of Education, DBU, Mandi Gobindgarh, Punjab,India

Bajwa Amandeep Kaur

HOD Mental Health Nursing, SGRDU, Amritsar, Punjab, India



How to Cite

Ramandeep, K. ., Kaur, P. S. ., & Kaur, B. A. . (2021). Analysis of A Conceptual Framework of John Holland’s Theory of Career Satisfaction. Medico Legal Update, 21(3), 13-18.

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