THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SPIRITUALITY AND CAREER DECISION-MAKING SELF-EFFICACY AMONG MODERN ORTHODOX JEWISH ADOLESCENTS

Petr Zusis, Keiser University, U.S.A.
Daniel G. J. Kuchinka, Keiser University, U.S.A.
Richard Mendelson, Keiser University, U.S.A.
Cheryl Smith, Keiser University, U.S.A.

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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH
Volume 19, Issue 4, p5-18, December 2019

ABSTRACT

The aim of this study was to establish a correlation between spirituality and career decision self-efficacy in a sample of Modern Orthodox Jewish adolescents (160 respondents, 54% completion rate). An online survey included the Career Decision Making Self Efficacy Short Form (CDSE-SF; five subscales and composite score) and the Spiritual Assessment Inventory (SAI; five subscales, as well as questions about age, gender, and educational standing. Correlations and partial correlations (controlling for the demographic variables) between subscales of the IV and subscales and the composite score of the DV showed the ample number of statistically significant relationships. The vast majority of them were sustained when controlling for demographic variables.

Keywords

Spirituality, career decision-making self-efficacy, Jewish, Adolescents


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