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The objectives of this research were to study and compare the opinion of students toward the future orientation with life skill of Bachelor’s degree students, classified by gender, department, and class levels. The samples for this research study were 186 students enrolled in semester 2/2016 at Faculty of Industrial Education, Rajamangala University of Technology Suvarnabhumi, Nonthaburi Campus. The number of samples was acquired by a proportional stratified random sampling from the population of 233 students. The research methodologies used in this research were a questionnaire, data analysis with a statistical software package using validity, reliability, percentage, means, standard deviation, independent samples t-test, one-way analysis of variance, and the Scheffe method of multiple comparisons. The research results shown that the opinion of students toward the future orientation with life skill of bachelor’s degree students were at a high level, overall of opinion (= 3.79). The opinion of students shows that different genders were different in overall of opinion, female students ( = 3.91) have higher future orientation than male students (= 3.86). Students who study in different departments have different in overall of opinion, industrial engineering students (= 4.06) have higher future orientation than electrical engineering students (= 3.71). In addition, students who study in different class levels have different in overall of opinion, sophomore students (= 4.11) have higher future orientation than senior students (= 3.77).
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