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Impact of Proactive Personality on Career Adaptability and Their Intentions for Expatriate

Hameed, Irfan and Brohi, Sanam and Shahab, Atif (2020): Impact of Proactive Personality on Career Adaptability and Their Intentions for Expatriate. Published in: Canadian Journal of Career Development , Vol. 01, No. 19 (1 January 2020): pp. 4-13.

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Abstract

Career decision-making is the biggest priority in an individual’s life and needs to be adapted more rigorously than anything else. Therefore, it is imperative to look for those factors that can have an influence on career adaptability. Guided by career construction theory, this research study explores the impact of proactive personality on career adaptability. This study examines the mediating effect of resilience between proactive personality and career adaptability, and the mediating effect of cultural intelligence between intentions on expatriate career and career adaptability, and the moderating role of gender between intentions for an expatriate career and career adaptability. The study revealed interesting insights in relation to career adaptability and intention for an expatriate career.

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