Holland classified professional personalities into six titles. These are: Realistic, Researcher, Artist, Social, Entrepreneur and Tradition. It can be said that your professional personality is an important factor in the individual's life and professional productivity point. In this respect, the aim of this study is to determine the change in the profession and interest levels of the students who are studying at the university of Mathematics Education, Department of Education, by class and sex. A cross-sectional screening method was used in the study. The study group of the study is composed of 264 teacher candidates who are studying at the Department of Mathematics Education at a university. A 55-item professional interest scale was used as the data collection tool in the study. One-way ANOVA (One-way ANOVA) test was used to analyze the difference between occupational interest scores according to classes in the analysis of the data. The relationship between the factors according to the classes is descriptively explained. Unrelated samples t-test was used to test whether the factor scores differed by sex. When the results were examined, it was seen that there was a meaningful difference between the classes in terms of some variables.
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