Event Title

The Relationship between the Willingness to Work and Career Intentions among College Students

Presenter Information

Daniell Study

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

College

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Major

Psychology

Start Date

5-21-2015 7:00 PM

End Date

5-21-2015 7:30 PM

Abstract

In 2013, Hogan, Chamorro-Premuzic, and Kaiser presented the Rewarding, Ability, and Willingness (RAW) framework to conceptualize the construct of employability. Our review of previous research indicates that though the RAW construct borrows heavily from others, it offers a unique perspective for categorizing existing research as well as guiding future research. This article further explores the motivational component of the Hogan, et al. model of employability, and seeks to identify the personality traits that contribute to an individual’s willingness to work. Furthermore, this paper seeks to identify the relationship between college student’s willingness to work and his or her career intentions.

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May 21st, 7:00 PM May 21st, 7:30 PM

The Relationship between the Willingness to Work and Career Intentions among College Students

In 2013, Hogan, Chamorro-Premuzic, and Kaiser presented the Rewarding, Ability, and Willingness (RAW) framework to conceptualize the construct of employability. Our review of previous research indicates that though the RAW construct borrows heavily from others, it offers a unique perspective for categorizing existing research as well as guiding future research. This article further explores the motivational component of the Hogan, et al. model of employability, and seeks to identify the personality traits that contribute to an individual’s willingness to work. Furthermore, this paper seeks to identify the relationship between college student’s willingness to work and his or her career intentions.