Departmental Bulletin Paper デモグラフィック要因からみたキャリアレジリエンスの特徴
Characteristics of the Elements of Career Resilience : Based on Sex, Age, and Employment Type

児玉, 真樹子

(9)  , pp.23 - 35 , 2016-03-16 , 広島大学大学院教育学研究科学習開発学講座
ISSN:1883-8200
NCID:AA1244667X
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This study aimed to clarify the characteristics of the elements of career resilience based on demographic variables such as age, sex, and employment type (i.e., typical or atypical). Company employees (N = 241) completed an online survey. Career resilience, consisting of five factors (ability to cope with problems and changes; social skills; novelty and diversity of interests; future orientation; and willingness to help others), degree of career development, negative life events (NLEs), and demographic variables were measured. Results showed the following: (1) Future orientation had a greater influence on career development for males than for females. Females did not experience NLEs if their ability to cope with problems and changes was high. For females, willingness to help others reduced the negative effects of NLEs on career development. (2) Social skill had a greater influence on career development for younger employees than for older ones. However, ability to cope with problems and changes had a greater influence on career development for older employees. For younger employees, future orientation and willingness to help others reduced the negative effects of NLEs on career development. (3) Social skill had a greater influence on career development for atypical employees than for typical employees. Atypical employees did not experience NLEs if their willingness to help others was high. For atypical employees, willingness to help others reduced the negative effects of NLEs on career development. For typical employees, social skill reduced the negative effects of NLEs on career development.
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