The effect of career decision making self-efficacy and employment anxiety on career indecision in undergraduate students
ダイガクセイ ノ ショクギョウ ミケッテイ ニ ジコ コウリョク ト シュウショク フアン ガ アタエル エイキョウ
松原, 弘和 ,
野間, あずさ ,
牛尾, 恵境, 泉洋
9 , 2015-12
Since Taylor and Betz (1983), many studies have indicated that career decision making self-efficacy (CDMSE) predicts career indecision. In addition, employment anxiety has influence on job-hunting in undergraduate students during job-hunting (Fujii,1999). The present study analyzed the difference of CDMSE and employment anxiety in two groups: (a) job-hunting group and (b) non-job-hunting group. We examined the influence of CDMSE and employment anxiety on career indecision using a hierarchical multiple regression analysis. Results of this study revealed that CDMSE negatively influenced on career indecision in both group; conversely, employment anxiety positively influenced career indecision in both group. On the other hand, CDMSE positively influenced “grope” in the job-hunting group, but it did not influence “grope” in the non-job-hunting group.