The Relationship Between Employability Self-Efficacy and Growth: The Mediator Role of e-Recruiting Perceived
This study examines 672 tertiary education students’ EG and its influencing factors. The results show that students’ e-Recruiting perceived (ERP) has a significant direct effect on employability growth (EG), and employability self-efficacy (ESE) has a significant effect on EG through ERP. The influence pattern and empirical data of ESE and ERP on EG has a good fit.
Keywordse-Recruiting Employability growth Employability self-efficacy
This paper was written while the authors were supported by a grant from the National Science Council, Republic of China (NSC 101-2511-S-224 -002; NSC 99-2511-S-224-001-MY3).
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