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Career self-efficacy

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Transcript of Career self-efficacy

Decision making process in EA
CDSE
(T2)
Work Com.
Indecision
(T1)
(T2)
.16*
-.52***
.02
CDSE
(T1)
Indecision
(T1)
Control
Variables
Indirect Effect from Work Com. (T1) to Indecision (T2): -.08*
χ2(df)=12.54(6); CFI=.98; RMSEA=.07
School Com.
(T1)
Academic S-E
(T2)
Indecision
(T2)
.20**
-.18**
-.01
Indecision
(T1)
Control
Variables
Indirect Effect from School Com. (T1) to Indecision (T2): -.04*
χ2(df)=7.07(3); CFI=.99; RMSEA=.07
289 Observations
174 Observations
Work Com.
(T1)
CDSE
(T2)
Career Path
Satisfaction
(T2)
Career Path
Satisfaction
(T2)
Control
Variables
Career Path
Satisfaction
(T1)
.46***
.04
Indirect Effect from Work Com. (T1) to Career Path Satisfaction (T2): .07*
Career Path
Satisfaction
(T2)
.29***
.07
Control
Variables
Career Path
Satisfaction
(T2)
Indirect Effect from School Com. (T1) to Career Path Satisfaction (T2): .06**
Y
(T1)
M
(T1)
X
(T1)
M
(T2)
Y
(T2)
Half Longitudinal Mediation
(Cole & Maxwell, 2003)
CAREER INDECISION
among the most studied constructs in the field of vocational psychology,
refers to the difficulties preventing individuals from making a career decision

Social cognitive career theory
derived from Bandura’s (1986) social cognitive theory
to further delineate the role of
self-efficacy
expectations in a person’s
vocational behavior


(Lent, Brown, & Hackett, 1996)
CAREER DECISION S-E (CDSE)
strong predictor of one’s level of career decision
(Bergeron & Romano, 1994; Betz & Luzzo, 1996; Taylor & Betz, 1983)
(Betz, Klein, & Taylor, 1996)
ACADEMIC S-E
(Leach et al., 2003)
influences academic path
(Ellias & Loomis, 2000; Chemers & Garcia, 2001)
Efficacy-enhancing learning experiences = COMMITMENT (Bandura, 1986; Lent, Brown, & Hackett, 1994)


higher CDSE and greater vocational commitment among U.S. college students (e.g., Brown, George-Curran, & Smith, 2003; Chung, 2002).
WORK EXPERIENCE predicts CDSE
(Stringer & Kerpelman, 2010)
COMMITMENT TO THE MAJOR predicts CDSE
(Conklin, Dahling, Garcia, 2013)
Work Com.
CDSE
Indecision
School Com.
ASE
Work Com.
CDSE
School Com.
ASE
Career Path
Satisfaction
CDSE, ASE
- academic & work satisfaction
Career Com.
- career satisfaction (Peronne et al., 2006)
(e.g., Dahling & Thompson, 2013)
CAREER PATH
SATISFACTION
Next Steps
DISCUSSION
- aspiration to identify longitudinal trend between work&school commitments, S-E, career indecision
- aspiration to identify longitudinal trend between work&school commitments, S-E, career indecision




- 7 items ("Is your work personally very important for your life?”)
(Cronbach's Alpha T1=.90; Cronbach's Alpha T2=.89)

CDMSE - SF (Betz, Klein, & Taylor, 1996)
cdse - 10 items measuring CDMSE ("I can find out about the average yearly earnings of people in an occupation")

- 7 items measuring CAREER INDECISION ("I am uncertain about the occupations I could perform well")
(Cronbach's Alpha T1=.85; Cronbach's Alpha T2=.87)
STUDY and WORK COMMITMENT

CDSE
(Betz, Klein, & Taylor, 1996)
INDECISION
VIS (Holland, Daiger, & Power, 1980)
- 7 items ("Are your studies personally very important for your life?”)
(Cronbach's Alpha T1=.70; Cronbach's Alpha T2=.82)

- 7 items ("Is your work personally very important for your life?”)
(Cronbach's Alpha T1=.90; Cronbach's Alpha T2=.89)

- 9 items measuring CDMSE ("I can find out about the average yearly earnings of people in an occupation")
(Cronbach's Alpha T1=.85; Cronbach's Alpha T2=.85)

- 7 items measuring CAREER INDECISION ("I am uncertain about the occupations I could perform well")
(Cronbach's Alpha T1=.85; Cronbach's Alpha T2=.87)

METHOD
MEASURES
ASE
(Leach et al., 2003)
- 12 items measuring ASE ("I know how to study to perform well on college tests")
Cronbach's Alpha T1=.83

CAREER PATH SATISFACTION
- 1 item ("How are you overall satisfied with your career goals fullfilment?")
GIDS (Bosma, 1985)
- work&school commitment
- (growth modeling of longitudinal data?)
INTRODUCTION I
INTRODUCTION II
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