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I believe that using parts of both theories would be best to incorporate together in hopes of making the best choice in decided career paths. Personality traits are important when
searching for a career, however one must also be flexible to learn other skills to find the best career. For example, I started out as a criminal justice major in undergrad and learned from three class: chemistry, into to criminal justice, and criminology, that it was not suitable to my personality. I could have defiantly made it work; however, I would not have been happy due to a conflict with my values and beliefs. Before setting down to a social work major, I explored sociology and psychology. If I had stuck to plan, I would never have found my passion.ReferenceNiles, S. G., & Harris-Bowlsbey, J. (2017). Career development interventions(5th ed.). Pearson. ISBN: 9780134286303.Krumboltz, J. D. (2009). Creating more satisfying lives: A live demonstration of happenstance career theory. Mircotraining Associates.