Emotional Intelligence, Career Decision Self-Efficacy, Proactive Personality: Study on Indonesian Vocational Students

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Afifah A. Fatin, Rose Mini Agoes Salim


Indonesian vocational school graduates known to have lack of confidence in making career decisions. To overcome this issue, further review of the factors affecting career decision self-efficacy (CDSE) is needed. Emotional Intelligence (EI) and proactive personality (PP) are known to have role on CDSE. This study examines the effect of EI on CDSE mediated by PP on vocational students using a quantitative method. Data analysis using regression technique shows that PP mediates the effect of EI on CDSE. The result of this study can be used in an intervention program in order to increase the students CDSE, by taking the factors of EI and PP on students into account.

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