Effects of Interpersonal Competence and Psychological Well-being on Career Decision-making Self-efficacy of Nursing Students in South Korea

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Jeonghwa Cho, Junghee Yu, Kawoun Seo

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This study was designed to investigate the effects of interpersonal competence and psychological well-being on career decision-making self-efficacyof nursing students in South Korea. The samples were recruited by university students who were nursing students C-do and D city in South Korea. A total185 samples were collected for this study. Data analysis was performed using the SPSS 24.0 program. Three models extracted during the hierarchical regression analysis were tested to determine the predictors of career decision-making self-efficacy. In the first model, personal factors such as life satisfaction were found to be significant and accounted for 20.9% of the variance. In the second model, which included interpersonal competence and psychological well-being, only interpersonal competence and psychological well-being were found to be significant. The final model, which included both personal and main variables, accounted for 46.0% of the variance. To increase nursing students career decision-making self-efficacy, interpersonal competence, and psychological well-being of nursing students should be improved.

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Jeonghwa Cho, Junghee Yu, Kawoun Seo. (2021). Effects of Interpersonal Competence and Psychological Well-being on Career Decision-making Self-efficacy of Nursing Students in South Korea. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 1113 - 1121. Retrieved from http://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/225
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