Persistent career indecision over time: Links with personality, barriers, self-efficacy, and life satisfaction

Andreas Hirschi, Philipp Alexander Freund & Vanessa Katharina Jaensch
Taking control over one's career requires the ability to make career decisions; thus, remaining in a state of career indecision is problematic. However, the stability of career indecision has not yet been investigated using advanced statistical modeling approaches. We present two studies of German university students applying three-wave, longitudinal designs. Study 1 investigated the stability of career indecision by means of latent state-trait analysis within two samples with different time lags (Sample 1: N=363, 7...
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