This study was carried out on environmental
Factors as a predictor of students Career Choices in
Ndop Central Sub-Division, North West Region of
Cameroon. Indicators of Environmental Factors were
peer groups, school environment and religious groups
that were used to test the relationships between
environmental factors and students Career Choices.
Descriptive survey design was used with the sample of
140 students randomly selected from three secondary
schools (Government Bilingual High School Ndop, St.
Mary Catholic Secondary School Ndop and
Comprehensive High school Ndop) in Ndop Central Sub
Division. The instrument used for data collection in this
study was the questionnaire. Data analysis was done by
means of frequency counts, percentages and Pearson
test to establish the link between environmental factors
and career choices of student. Findings showed a
positive relationship between peer groups and
secondary school student’s career choices. Findings
equally affirmed there was a substantial and affirming
affiliation between school environment and secondary
school students’ career choices. Similarly, findings
equally disclosed that there exists a substantial and
positive relationship between religious groups and
career choices of secondary school students. Based on
the findings, it was recorded that school Counselors
should guide students so that they can choose careers
based on their personality trait and interest. This will
help students to gain career satisfaction.
Keywords : Environment Factors, Career Choice, Peer Group, School Environment and Religious Institutions.