Yellow = NikunjGreen = Arjun Jain Blue = Anoushka Parents add a major influence in their children’s career development and career decision- making. Parents want their children to find happiness and success in life and one factor which influences happiness and success is career choice. Research indicates that when students feel supported and loved by their parents, they have more confidence in their own ability to choose a career that they will like to pursue which is interesting and exciting for them.Parents influence the level of education that their children achieve, the amount of knowledge that their children have, the attitudes they have to working, and the motivation they have to succeed. Children and teenagers absorb their parents attitudes and expectations as they grow up.Some key points that affect and influence their children’s academics are: The expectations parents have for their children’s education and careerThe examples parents set for their childrenThe opportunities they offer to their children in order to learn and developThe parent-child relationship that they maintain Parents have a different opinions or ideas for your future that may not line up with your idea for your future. For example your parents might want and expect you to be an engineer meanwhile you might want to become a doctor and your parents might not agree with your choice. That could cause a conflict between the relationship between you and your parents. Another major part of parental influence is the cultural influences and different backgrounds that could come into play. For example, while growing up you were taught something by your parents whereas when you go out into the world your experiences change with different interactions and different relationships.Parents can be an important and positive influence in decisions affecting their child’s learning and education, however excessive parental control regarding occupational career decision-making can result in negative outcomes. Parents should be cautioned against imposing their own goals on to their children or seeing their child’s accomplishments as a reflection on themselves. So while parents should show genuine interest and support for their children’s career plans, they must allow them to discover who they are on their own. Connection to the four well-beings:Intellectual Wellbeing:Having a decision taken for you by your parents can leave you in a distorted state of mind. Doing this may leave the child angry or unable to understand why his/her parents have made the choice for them. The child could also lose confidence in themselves, and be more dependent on the parents for major decisions they have to make. Taking responsibility for their own lives is something children will have to do eventually, but making a choice for the child prevents them from developing this skill from an early age. Another important aspect is for the child to know him/herself and know the things they enjoy and would like to pursue, making a decision for them would would impact their choices in the future and change the child’s likes and dislikes. Emotional Wellbeing: Emotional well being impacts the child’s emotions and affects all other aspects of well being. The biggest emotional impact takes place when a career or belief the parents believe in is forced upon the child. This leaves him/her questioning their own opinions and uncertain of their capability to make their own decisions. Forcing a career on a child is more impactful, since the child is obliged to following the parents decision, and emotionally may be unhappy in the career they have been placed in. The child may also be talked into choosing a career their parents would like, and this leaves them confused as to what they would like to pursue in the future. Physical Wellbeing:The nature of the physical surroundings can influence the quality of parenting and more importantly the parents’ decisions, and in turn it can affect the health and wellbeing of children within that environment.Social Wellbeing: Parents are responsible for how their kid acts behaves and displays personality, including how they interact so the way they interact is decided by how parents teach their kids. For e.g if a parent teach their kids that you shouldn’t trust many people, they will then develop that mindset for the rest of their life. Their are also different relationships which parents may not approve of such as friends whose parents your parents may not like.