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Career Competencies and Perceived Work Performance

  • PARK, Yong-Ho
    • The Journal of Asian Finance, Economics, and Business
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    • v.7 no.6
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    • pp.317-326
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    • 2020
  • Previous studies have suggested that individuals need to invest in the accumulation of career competencies. To demonstrate how to acquire career competencies, a model consisting of the knowing why, knowing how, and knowing whom competencies was actively discussed in the previous studies. This study seeks to identify the relationships among these competencies based on three ways of knowing, and their effects on perceived work performance. Furthermore, this study tried to identify the importance of each of these competencies in predicting perceived individual performance in the business workplace environment. The findings showed that the knowing why, knowing how, and knowing whom competencies all have a statistically significant positive influence on perceived individual work performance. Also, the study results showed the relative importance of the three competencies for perceived work performance. Specifically, the study results showed that the effects of the knowing why and knowing whom competencies are greater than the effect of the knowing how competency. The theoretical and practical implications of the study results were provided, including empirical evidence of the validity of the career capital model, the appropriateness of the career competency model based on the three ways of knowing, and assignment of resources for the acquisition of career competencies.

The Effects of Core Competencies on Adaptation of the Major, Career Identity and Career Search Ability in Nursing Students (간호대학생의 직업기초능력이 학과적응, 진로정체감과 진로탐색능력에 미치는 영향)

  • Yun, Young-Mi;Sung, Kyung-Suk;Kim, Eun-Joo
    • Journal of Korean Academic Society of Home Health Care Nursing
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    • v.22 no.1
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    • pp.98-108
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    • 2015
  • Purpose: This study was designed to explore the effects of core competencies on adaptation of the major, career identity and career search ability in nursing students. Methods: A correlational research design was used with the convenient sample of 360 nursing students. After explaining the purpose of this study to the participants, those who signed the consent form were provided with a self-descriptive questionnaire. Results: The highest average score of leadership of core competencies was 5.5 on 7 point-scale. The lowest average score of problem-solving ability was 4.4. There were significant correlations between adaptation of the major, career identity, and career search ability and core competencies, with the exceptions of nursing students. Adaptation of the major could be explained 25% by the instrument application ability, leadership, organizational structure, teamwork and career development. Career identity could be explained 13% by leadership, responsibility, teamwork, and career development. Career search ability could be explained 12% by responsibility, conflict management, teamwork, communication ability and career development. Conclusion: Based on the results, core competencies showed statistically significant effects on adaptation of the major, career identity and career search ability in nursing students. Thus, it is necessary to develop an educational curriculum to improve core competencies, career identify and career search ability.

Career Development Competencies by Individual Characteristics of Food Service-related College Students in Korea

  • Oh, Suk-Tae;Na, Tae-Kyun
    • Culinary science and hospitality research
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    • v.20 no.5
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    • pp.59-66
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    • 2014
  • The purpose of this study is to analyze the level of career development competency recognized by the specialists who major in food service currently. To achieve the purpose of this study, the five two-year-courses technical colleges in Kyeonggi-do, Daejeon, Daegu Metropolitan City which include food service department were selected. And total 280 samples of enrolled students were extracted and the 256 students were treated statistically besides the 24 students who responded dishonestly. The analysis results are as follows. First, the male students showed partially higher career development competencies than female students. Second, the second grade students showed partially higher career development competency than the first grade students. Third, the specialists whose family income is over 5 million won showed the highest career development competency, and the students in 3-5 million won and less than 3 million won followed them in order. Fourth, there were differences in competencies of lifelong learning, networking, collecting and utilizing the job information, and self-understanding, and career transition, and the specialists with more qualifications showed higher competency than those who with less qualifications. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a various career education program to enhance career development competencies of food service specialist by individual characteristic.

The Relationship between Occupational Basic Competencies, Job Searching Efficacy, and Career Preparation Conduct and Attitude of Occupational Therapy Students (작업치료과 대학생의 직업기초능력, 구직효능감 및 진로준비행동의 관계)

  • Park, Juyoung;Kim, Hunju
    • Journal of The Korean Society of Integrative Medicine
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    • v.7 no.1
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    • pp.89-98
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    • 2019
  • Purpose : The purpose of this study was to understand the correlations between occupational basic competencies, job searching efficacy and career preparation behavior of department on occupational therapy students. Methods : The subjects of this study were 103 occupational therapy students in D college. The data collection period was from July 1, 2018 to July 30, 2018. The collected data was processed using SPSS 21.0 and were analyzed using descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA, Scheffe's test and Pearson's correlation coefficient. Results : The mean scores for occupational basic competencies, job searching efficacy and career preparation behavior of the occupational therapy students were 3.61 (${\pm}0.59$), 3.58 (${\pm}0.61$) and 3.31 (${\pm}0.66$) respectively. The occupational basic competencies score of the Occupational Therapy students was significantly differed according to their age (t=-2.13, p=.03) and grade point average (F=15.01, p=.00). The job searching efficacy of the Occupational Therapy students was significantly different by grade point average (F=3.40, p=.02). There were no significant differences in job preparation behaviors among occupational therapy students according to gender, age, grade and grade point average. There was a positive correlation between occupational basic competencies and job searching efficacy (r=.675, p<.01), between occupational basic competencies and career preparation behavior (r=.455, p<.01), between job searching efficacy and career preparation behavior (r=.702, p<.01). Conclusion : The results of this study suggest the following: It is necessary to repeat this study with a greater number and range of subjects. In addition, it suggests that the progress of study should be developed and continued and refined in order to identify factors that affect the career preparation behavior of students of occupational therapy. In addition, the development of a program and the application of a curriculum to promote occupational basic competencies and job searching efficacy should be a priority.

Career Competencies of Human Resource Development Practitioners

  • PARK, Yong-Ho
    • The Journal of Asian Finance, Economics, and Business
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    • v.7 no.4
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    • pp.259-265
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    • 2020
  • The study aims to define the career competency of HRD practitioners based on an intelligent career framework. This intelligent career framework has been described as having been achieved by the accumulation of career capital through the three ways of knowing, including knowing why, knowing how, and knowing with whom. The data were collected from the interviews with 15 HRD practitioners. Semi-structured interviews were used to collect data from the HRD practitioners. For the orientation about the interview, the researcher explained the importance of gathering data about the personal experiences of the respondents on their work and career. After that explanation, the researcher asked several questions based on the pre-structured interview guide. The data collected were qualitatively analyzed on the basis of the intelligent career framework. Based on the analysis of the interviews, the subcategories of each way of knowing competency were identified. For the knowing why, identity, credibility, and career clarity were identified. The subcategories of knowing how are remaining updates, hard skills, and soft skills, while the subcategories of knowing with whom are personal networking and professional networking. The interdependency among the three career competencies was found. The findings provide theoretical implications of applying an intelligent career framework.

Effect of the Career Women's Leadership Competences on the Job and Organization Life Satisfaction and the Willing to the Career Path Development (여성의 리더십역량이 직무 및 조직생활 만족, 경력경로 개발의지에 미치는 영향)

  • Park, Min-Ah
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.11 no.8
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    • pp.289-299
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    • 2011
  • This study on the (employment) women's leadership competencies was tested with career paths development and job and organizational life satisfaction. The hypotheses and research model were set based on previous studies. To the total 250 samples(;employed and married women) were on survey about leadership competencies, career paths development, and job and organizational life satisfaction. And then, Frequency analysis, descriptive statistics, and structural equation modeling were carried out of the validity verification. Amos7.0 and Spss15.0 were used for statistical processing of results on surveys. One of the major results in this study, the (employment) women's leadership competencies in both job and organizational life satisfaction and career paths development had positive influence. In particular, it was found that job and organizational life satisfaction was operated as a parameter into career paths development.

A study on the actual state of learning competences in students at a college (J 대학교 재학생의 학습역량 실태조사)

  • Song, Kyoung-hee
    • Journal of Korean Dental Hygiene Science
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    • v.1 no.2
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    • pp.21-39
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    • 2018
  • The purpose of this study was to examine the learning competencies of students at a college from September 1 to November 30, 2017, in an effort to provide some information on how to foster learning competencies in college years, which lay the foundation for work and social lives. 1. The learning competencies of the subjects consisted of academic vision, student identity, cognitive regulation, emotional regulation, learning management and creating learning environments. Out of five points, they scored the highest in academic vision and student identity with 3.34, followed by learning management with 3.20, creating learning environments with 3.18, emotional regulation with 3.16 and cognitive regulation with 3.14. 2. There were statistically significant differences in academic vision according to age, the area of major, the academic credential of their fathers, commuting time, military service experience and career plans. 3. There were statistically significant differences in student identity and cognitive regulation according to gender, age, the area of major, the academic credential of their fathers, commuting time, military service experience and career plans. 4. There were statistically significant differences in emotional regulation according to age, the area of major, the academic credential of their fathers, commuting time, career plans and daily mean study hours. 5. There were statistically significant differences in learning management according to gender, age, the area of major, grade point average, the academic credential of their fathers, career plans and daily mean study hours. 6. There were statistically significant differences in creating learning environments according to gender, age, the area of major, the academic credential of fathers, commuting time, career plans and daily mean study hours. As they were poorest at the cognitive regulation area among the areas of learning competencies, self-directed learning programs that deal with how to study, learning process, how to take notes and arrange them, how to link different pieces of acquired knowledge and how to map out study plans should be developed to give support to students.

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The Mediating Effect of Career Attitude Maturity on the Relationship Between Characteristics of Educational Training Based on NCS and Educational Transfer (NCS의 교육훈련특성이 교육전이에 미치는 영향 - 진로태도성숙을 매개변인으로 -)

  • KIM, Hee-Dong
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.27 no.6
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    • pp.1569-1592
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    • 2015
  • The purpose of this study was to examine educational performance of key competencies in the situation by introducing NCS of junior college. And also, this study aimed at investigating the effects of individual characteristics on the relationship between characteristics of key competencies based on NCS and educational transfer. Data was collected from samples of 389 freshman and sophomore students who took the classes about communication skills and problem solving skills of key competencies. All of the students major in secretarial science. Based on the collected data, this study analyzed structural equating model, using AMOS Graphics. The result of analysis showed that there was a significant positive effect of educational training characteristics on educational transfer in some research models planned in this study. The findings in analysis of mediating effect showed that there was a full mediation effect of determinacy of career attitude maturity, and there was a partial mediation effect of readiness of career attitude maturity. Based on the result, this study proposed theoretical and practical ways considering individual characteristics for establishment and development of NCS.

Analysis on the Affecting Factors of School Career Educational Activities for Junior-high School Students' Career Development Competencies (중학생의 학교 진로교육 참여활동이 진로개발역량에 미치는 영향)

  • Song, In-Bal;Kang, Hye-Young
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.16 no.10
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    • pp.140-149
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    • 2016
  • This study aims to suggest the appropriate career educational policies in order to improve junior-high school students' career development competency through various school career educational activities with the hierarchical analysis by using data surveyed by 10,728 third grade junior high school students of 400 schools from the '2015 School Career Education Survey'. The results showed that 'career and occupations' subject learning, career psychological tests, and career experience activities were found to have statistically significant effects on career development competencies. These results in that 'career and occupations' subject learning, career psychological tests, and career experience activities help to enhance career development competency of junior-high school students. The implication of these results were discussed in terms of the importance and the need for school career educational activities, and suggestions for future research are provided.

A Study on the Difference of Career Barriers, Career Attitude Maturity, and Career Competencies based on Gender, Grade, and Fields of Major of Undergraduate students in the age of Convergence (융·복합 시대에 대학생 배경변인별 진로장벽, 진로태도성숙, 진로직업역량 차이분석)

  • Park, Sung-Hee;Ahn, Jae-Hee
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.14 no.8
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    • pp.69-80
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this study is to analyze the difference of career barriers, career attitude maturity, and career competency based on gender, grade, and major fields of university students. 320 students responded the survey and the data were analyzed through MANOVA. There were significant differences in a sub-components of career barriers and career attitude maturity according to gender. Female students were higher in 'lack of self-clarity' and 'interpersonal difficulty' while male students were higher in the 'independency'. Lastly, there were significant differences in sub-components of career competencies according to gender, grades, and fields of majors. Female students were higher in 'career exploration'. Also, sophomore students showed the lowest scores and senior year students showed highest scores in 'career exploration' and 'career performance'. Students in the field of the social science showed highest scores in the 'career design' and 'career performance'. Suggestions and ideas to develop employability of students were discussed.