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n IFE PsychologIA : An International Journal - The effects of goal-setting and self-efficacy on the job-seeking behaviour of unemployed graduates

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Abstract

The study investigated the effectiveness of goal-setting and self-efficacy on the job-seeking behaviour of unemployed graduates. The intervention strategies were crossed with gender as a moderator variable using pre- and post-test experimental control group design. Data analysis involved analysis of covariance and Scheffe post-hoc measures. The result indicates that there was a significant treatment effect on the job-seeking behaviour of the subjects. The treatment gain was however not mediated by the subjects' gender. The results indicate the need to help the unemployed sharpened their job-seeking behaviour.

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2005-01-01
2016-12-07
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