Human beings are social beings and are, therefore, affected by the environments within which they live and learn. The opportunities, resources, and social frameworks that individuals live in and interact with others have a significant influence on their sense of self and their exposure to diverse career options. For this reason, people need to consider a wide range of personal and societal factors in the process of understanding an individual’s career decision and development process. Also, many people experience difficulties in choosing their careers and life path due to various social, cultural, and psychological stressors. Williams (2018) mentions that social status is one of the main burdens associated with human beings’ physical and mental health as it determines one’s level to succeed. Indicators show that the rate at which one climbs the social ladder has a direct influence on the individual’s self-assessment, self-satisfaction, and psychological well-being.