• Jerald C. Moneva Mandaue City Division- Department of Education, Mandaue City, Cebu Philippines
  • Genelyn G. Rozada Senior High School, Mandaue City, Cebu, Philippines
  • Adrian M. Sollano Mandaue City Division- Department of Education, Mandaue City, Cebu Philippines



Academic Performance, Achievements, Confidence, Motivations, Parent’s Occupation, Student’s Self-Esteem

Abstract [English]

Parent’s occupation is the most important obligation of the parents and should have a privilege to have a suitable work to raise their children. Student’s self-esteem is an important aspect of the personality of the person. In this study sought to determine if there has an association between parent’s occupation and student’s self-esteem. The study was premised on the Stanley Coopersmith Self-esteem Theory proposed by Stanly Coopersmith. This was a descriptive design to determine whether there is a correlation between parents occupation and student’s self-esteem. This study has a 245 respondents overall from the different strands (HUMSS, ABM, GAS, STEM and TVL). The tool used on this study for getting the information and data collection is checklist rating scale questionnaire. All the data was analyzed using ANOVA to Carried out the result. The result revealed the p=0.518 is greater than the significant level of 0.05 (p=0.518 <0.05). Therefore, the result of this study revealed that parent’s occupation is not significantly associated to the self-esteem of the students. Parents that have low or high status of occupation cannot affect the self-esteem of the students. Student’s self-esteem is not depending to the work of their parents.


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How to Cite

Moneva, J. C., Rozada, G. G., & Sollano, A. M. (2020). PARENTS OCCUPATION AND STUDENTS SELF-ESTEEM. International Journal of Research -GRANTHAALAYAH, 7(12), 315–324.