간호대학생의 진로탄력성 예측 요인
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- Moon, Kyoung Ja
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- Nursing student; Career decision-making self-efficacy; Career decision; Career resilience
- Objectives: The purpose of this study was to identify correlates influencing career resilience of undergraduate nursing students. Methods: A selfadministered
survey was conducted among 199 second-year students enrolled in Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at a college in Daegu city, from
3 to 7 March 2014. The survey tool consisted of seven demographic questions and the scales of career decision-making self-efficacy, career decision and
career resilience. Statistical Package for Social Science were used for statistical analysis. Results: The score of nursing student’s career decision-making
self-efficacy, career decision and career resilience were 3.51±0.36, 2.54±0.56, and 3.63±0.38, respectively. Among demographic characteristics, the
effect of gender, satisfaction in major, and satisfaction of college life on career decision-making self-efficacy and career resilience were statistically significant.
A positive correlation existed between career resilience and career decision-making self-efficacy (r=0.70, p<0.001), career decision (r=0.57,
p<0.001). Similarly, career decision-making self-efficacy was positively associated with career decision (r=0.54, p<0.001). The model including career
decision, career decision-making self-efficacy, academic performance and satisfaction of college life explained 57.3% of variability in career resilience.
Conclusions: Theses results indicate the importance of multidimensional factors in understanding career resilience of undergraduate nursing students,
and it could be used to develop a comprehensive career planning and development program.
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