How Does Objective Career Success Affect Subjective Career Success? The Moderating Role of Self-Awareness

Author(s): Qianni Gu, Yong Su

ABSTRACT
Studies on the relationship between objective career success and subjective career success are seldom in the career success research. In this study, we hypothesize a positive relationship between objective career success and subjective career success. Moreover, we conduct interview to find out the new indicators for measuring the subjective career success in Chinese context. Further, we come up with self-awareness as moderator. We hypothesize that people with high public self-awareness have strong relationship between objective career success and subjective career success; people with high private self-awareness have weak relationship between objective career success and subjective career success. However, the results are not entirely as expected. The public self-awareness has impact but the private self-awareness has no impact on this relationship.

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Journal: Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies
DOI: 10.4236/jhrss.2016.43025 (PDF)
Paper Id: 70521 (metadata)

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