The study of career indecision has long been a focal point in the career development literature. Career
indecision can be described as a developmental phase through which individuals may pass on their way to
reaching a decision. Positive self-concept is a vital factor to overcome career indecision. Self-concept is a
person’s way of perceiving himself and may be either positive or negative. Whether a person develops a
positive or negative self-concept depends on how he is treated and how he perceives such treatment.
Scholars have reasoned that individuals form a self-concept around work because the evidences
demonstrate that it relates to life and workplace success. That is, individuals with positive self-concept are
more successful in career decisions and development. Therefore, comprehensive programs can be effective
in reducing career indecision and increasing career certainty. Individual with positive self-concept will be
able to contribute to taking sound career decision and increasing organizational effectiveness, health and
productivity. This study is recommended using an experimentally one so that individual’s career indecision
can be analyzed in order to determine if the findings will be duplicated.