Student Congruence With Academic Major: Do Hours Worked and Attitude Affect Satisfaction and Success?
© Australian Council for Educational Research 2017. The current study sought to determine if student employment was a significant moderator of the relationship between congruence with college major, academic major satisfaction, and academic major success. Correlation results suggested that student employment has a negative relationship with academic success as measured by grade point average. No study hypotheses were supported but regression analyses showed significant impact of cognitive influences on academic major satisfaction and academic major success. Clinicians are encouraged to aid students in planning the relationship between required work and educational responsibilities, as well as consider implications of negative career thinking on academic satisfaction and success.
Australian Journal of Career Development
(2017). Student Congruence With Academic Major: Do Hours Worked and Attitude Affect Satisfaction and Success?. Australian Journal of Career Development, 26(3), 142-152.
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