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Fu, Mingchen; Zhang, Li-Fang; Li, Bing – Journal of Career Development, 2019
The main objective of the present study was to explore the role of the forces in the context external to the setting of a specific vocational setting (i.e., an academic major in a university) in the congruence-satisfaction relationship. Four hundred and fifty-three Chinese university students responded to the Career Personality Styles Inventory,…
Descriptors: Vocational Interests, College Students, Foreign Countries, Majors (Students)
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Chan, Chun-Chen; Chen, Su-Ching; Lin, Yu-Wei; Liao, Tsung-Yao; Lin, Yu-En – Journal of Career Development, 2018
Social cognitive career theory (SCCT) was used as a basis for investigating the factors influencing the career intentions of Taiwanese sports management students. Participants (N = 696) completed measures gauging social support, self-efficacy, outcome expectations, career interests, and career intentions. The results of a path analysis supported…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Social Cognition, College Students, Athletics
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Costigan, Robert; Gurbuz, Sait; Sigri, Unsal – Journal of Career Development, 2018
The purposes of this study are to (1) examine the factorial validity of Schein's career anchors orientation inventory (COI), comparing the original eight-factor model with an alternative nine-factor model, (2) examine the cross-cultural invariance of the COI and its factor structure across two countries, (3) investigate whether core…
Descriptors: Factor Analysis, Validity, Occupational Tests, Career Development
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Owen, Mikaela S.; Kavanagh, Phillip S.; Dollard, Maureen F. – Journal of Career Development, 2018
The rise in working university students is a global phenomenon with more than half of the student population working while studying at university. Within this trend of dual participation, working students face unique stressors such as work-study conflict and facilitation. Work-study conflict drives students' poor health, whereas work-study…
Descriptors: College Students, Work Study Programs, Models, Conflict
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Bouchard, Lauren M.; Nauta, Margaret M. – Journal of Career Development, 2018
This study examined the role of work volition in the relation between college students' health and several short-term career outcome variables. The responses of 393 students to an online survey revealed that the number of the last 30 days that were deemed unhealthy was significantly related to work volition, and work volition was associated with…
Descriptors: College Students, Predictor Variables, Online Surveys, Occupational Aspiration
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Winderman, Kate; Martin, Colleen E.; Smith, Nathan Grant – Journal of Career Development, 2018
Although several studies have examined the ways in which lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) individuals experience difficulties with career decision-making, little is known about the impact of minority stressors on this integral process. The purpose of the current study was to examine the relationship between minority stressors, LGB community…
Descriptors: Homosexuality, Sexual Orientation, Career Choice, Decision Making
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Powers, Samantha Rae; Myers, Karen K. – Journal of Career Development, 2017
Framed by social cognitive career theory, this study identified college students' perceptions of the most influential sources and content of encouraging/discouraging career messages (vocational anticipatory socialization [VAS]). A survey of 873 university students found that mothers, followed by teachers/professors, friends, and fathers, were…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Surveys, Student Attitudes, Social Support Groups
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Garrison, Yunkyoung Loh; Lee, Ki-Hak; Ali, Saba Rasheed – Journal of Career Development, 2017
Identity formation is considered as a key factor in the conceptualization of life satisfaction (LS). Recent volatility in labor markets has negatively influenced college students' LS and attending to the relationship between their career identity (CI) and LS has become important for career researchers and counselors. The purpose of this study is…
Descriptors: Professional Identity, Life Satisfaction, College Students, Student Attitudes
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Laughman, Courtney; Boyd, Elizabeth M.; Rusbasan, David – Journal of Career Development, 2016
Conflict occurring between the roles of work and family has been heavily researched. Recently, however, research has been branching out to study roles beyond work and family. For example, a few researchers have investigated conflict that occurs between the roles of work and school. However, these studies have focused mainly on school and personal…
Descriptors: College Students, Burnout, Job Satisfaction, Student Attitudes
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Haslerig, Siduri J.; Navarro, Kristina M. – Journal of Career Development, 2016
Higher education career development professionals are charged with more than understanding the challenges and needs of a diverse student body, and they must also prepare students for career fields in life after higher education. This empirical study explored the graduate degree choices and career aspirations of 14 college athletes who competed in…
Descriptors: Athletes, Career Choice, Graduate Study, Career Development
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Kantamneni, Neeta; Dharmalingam, Kavitha; Tate, Jessica M.; Perlman, Beth L.; Majmudar, Chaitasi R.; Shada, Nichole – Journal of Career Development, 2016
Undocumented student immigrants in the United States face substantial challenges in higher education including systemic, institutional, and cultural barriers that often impede access to and success in higher education. These barriers directly influence academic and work opportunities. The purpose of this article is to discuss the myriad of factors…
Descriptors: Undocumented Immigrants, College Students, Access to Education, Barriers
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Brown, Danice L.; Segrist, Daniel – Journal of Career Development, 2016
The present study examined the relative influence of aspects of internalized racism on the career aspirations of a sample of African American adults. Participants (N = 315), ranging in age from 18 to 62 years, completed measures of internalized racism and career aspirations online. A hierarchical multiple regression analysis was conducted to…
Descriptors: African American Students, Occupational Aspiration, Adults, Racial Bias
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Kim, Boyoung; Lee, Bo Hyun; Ha, Gyuyoung; Lee, Hong Kwon; Lee, Sang Min – Journal of Career Development, 2015
This study examines the role of dysfunctional career thoughts between two-wave longitudinal data (Time 1 and Time 2) in career decision-making self-efficacy during school-to-work transition periods. Career decision-making self-efficacy was measured before (Time 1) and after college graduation (Time 2). The results indicated that the growth of…
Descriptors: Career Choice, Self Efficacy, Education Work Relationship, Longitudinal Studies
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Huang, Jie-Tsuen – Journal of Career Development, 2015
Past empirical evidence has demonstrated that personality traits predict career decision self-efficacy. This study extends previous research by proposing and testing a model that examines the mediating roles of perceived internal and external employability on the relationship between personality hardiness and career decision self-efficacy. Using…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Employment Potential, Career Choice, Self Efficacy
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Praskova, Anna; Creed, Peter A.; Hood, Michelle – Journal of Career Development, 2015
We tested a cross-sectional, mediation model of career calling, in which career calling was associated positively with life satisfaction and perceptions of future employability, and these relationships were explained by the self-regulatory mechanisms of work effort, career strategies, and emotional regulation. Using a sample of 664 emerging adults…
Descriptors: Young Adults, Life Satisfaction, Employment Potential, Self Control
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