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CDDQ Decision Status was negatively correlated with CDDQ Difficulties and positively associated with career decision-making self-efficacy. The first of these relations make theoretical sense.
The relation of acculturation, problem-solving appraisal, and career decision-making self-efficacy to Mexican American high school students' educational goals.
The Role of Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy as a Mechanism Intervening Between Proactive Personality and Career Adaptability
Keywords: Self-Directed Search, vocational interests, career exploration, career decision-making self-efficacy, career indecision
negative career thinking or career decision-making self-efficacy but did
As shown in Table 1, career maximizing related positively to various career variables (career satisfaction, career decision-making ambiguity tolerance, career decision-making self-efficacy, career commitment), job variables (job satisfaction, person-organization/value-congruence fit), and dispositional variables (general maximizing, agreeableness, conscientiousness).
The Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy (CDSE) instrument has been used to describe student self-efficacy in the ability to make a career decision, finding students to be confident in their ability to make a career choice (Choi, Park, Yang, Lee, Lee, & Lee, 2012; Rajabi, Papzan, & Zahedi, 2012; Marx, Simonsen, & Kitchel, 2014).
Some researchers have studied factors that help predict and facilitate the career identity development process for college students (Conklin, Dan ling, & Garcia, 2013; Paulsen & Betz, 2004) and may influence career decision-making self-efficacy (CDSE) (Betz et al., 2005).
Taylor, "Evaluation of a short form of the career decision-making self-efficacy scale," J.
Research by (Nawaz and Gilani, 2013) showed that there is significant positive relation between parental, peer attachment bonds and career decision-making self-efficacy among students.
Inspired by Bandura's work, career decision-making self-efficacy refers to a person's confidence in their ability to complete tasks related to making career decisions (e.g., self-assessment of skills or resume writing).
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