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Determinants of Higher Education Students' Self-Perceived Employability

Kristina Mazalin ; Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb
Maja Parmač Kovačić ; Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb

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str. 509-529

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Self-perceived employability denotes how individuals view
their possibilities of attaining sustainable employment in
relation with their qualifications. Thus, employability
perceptions hold invaluable importance when one is
presented with job insecurity and also help form coping
strategies. The aim of this study was to examine the
relationship between self-perceived employability, objective
employability and personality dispositions. We used a
convenience sample of students (N=230) from nine different
faculty studies at the University of Zagreb. Objective
employability was defined by "Recommendations for
education enrollment and scholarship policy" (HZZ, 2013).
Students participated via on-line survey by giving responses
on self-perceived employability and personality disposition
scales (core self-evaluations, locus of control, positive and
negative affect). The analysis demonstrated that objective
employability had the biggest account for variance
explanation of self-perceived employability. Despite
significant correlations displayed between all personality
dispositions (except for locus of control) and self-perceived
employability, only the core self-evaluations disposition
accounted for the significant unique contribution to self-
-perceived employability variance, besides objective

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self-perceived employability, objective employability, personality dispositions

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