The aim of this study was identify, compare, and test the differences of licensed and non-licensed counselors’ work orientation, job satisfaction and work productivity. The study utilized descriptive-comparative method to identify the differences of the two groups of respondents. The two groups were licensed guidance counselors (LGC) and non-licensed guidance counselors (NLGC). Two measures were used in the study; researcher-made personal work-related survey questionnaire and the Work Habits, Attitude, and Productivity Scale- Employee (WHAPS-E). The study found that LGC has a higher level of work orientation and work productivity while NLGC has a higher level of job satisfaction. The results, however, revealed that there were no significant differences between the two groups of respondents in terms of work orientation, job satisfaction, and work productivity.