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|Title:||The Relationship of Career Adaptability and Entrepreneurial Intentions: Moderating Effect of Risk Aversion and Entrepreneurial Opportunity|
The Relationship of Career Adaptability and Entrepreneurial Intentions: Moderating Effect of Risk Aversion and Entrepreneurial Opportunity
With the rapid evolution of technology and economy, individual accesses to the path of becoming self-employed is more diverse and the career structure is changing as well. Individual encounters more uncertainty in work and is forced to adapt and cope with the changes. Thus, career adaptability is considered to be an influencing factor in the construction of future career. A research on the relationship between career adaptability and entrepreneurial intention is proposed, with the effect of moderators, risk aversion and entrepreneurial opportunity. A total of 295 valid data responses were collected via a web-based survey. Descriptive analysis, Pearson Correlation, and Hierarchical Regression analysis were applied to test the Hypotheses. As the results, career adaptability is significantly related to entrepreneurial intention. However, the moderating effect of risk aversion and entrepreneurial opportunity were not found. In addition, males were found to have higher entrepreneurial intention than females, while non-full-time workers possess higher entrepreneurial intention than full-time workers.
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