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The mediating effect of career decision-making self-efficacy in the relationship between pressure on employment and vocational selection anxiety
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Traditional college-aged students are at a particularly difficult transitional period from late adolescence to young adulthood, and there are several developmental tasks that the individual needs to resolve during this period. Making a career decision is one of the major developmental tasks of this period. For some youth, it is associated with great anxiety related to issues of decision-making, and youth are pressured from various sources to make decisions about career. Although there is a well-established body of research on career decision making, some areas are still unexplored or not fully explained. This study explores how the career decision-making self-efficacy mediated the relationship between pressure on employment and vocational selection anxiety.
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