Hyte, C. Occupational interests of negro high school boys. (1937). The Journal of Negro Education,6(1), 89-89.
86.6% of a negro high-school population of 1248 intend to finish high school; 69.5% expect to attend college; 68.6% claimed to have made a definite occupational choice, three-fourths in the professions. A scatter of remaining choices is given, also reasons for making choice, agencies influencing choice, and occupations of fathers (12% were professional). (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2016 APA, all rights reserved)
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