Objective: This study aims to identify career decisions based on the variables associated with child care practice and to identify how each factor in the child care teacher’s career decisions affects the prospective child care teacher’s career decisions affects the prospective child care teacher’s career decisions, and to what extent they are able to explain their career decisions to the prospective child care teacher. Methods: Data were analyzed through partial correlation and hierarchical regression. Results: Both the institutional and school variables involved in child care practices were found to have significant static implications for career decisions. The relative explanatory power of these variables has been shown to be significant in practical satisfaction. Conclusion/Implications: The results of the study that the practical satisfaction level, which is the institutional variable related to child care practice, significantly affects the career decisions of prospective child care teachers, recognize the importance of the child care practice in practical institutions where prospective child care teachers practice and suggest appropriate child care practice based on their understanding of the trainee.