Literature on job searching suggests that emotion regulation has an impact on employability, but this relationship is far from being explained; furthermore, most of the studies have been conducted among students or workers. The aim of the current study was to investigate the relationship between emotion regulation and employability among unemployed people, analyzing the role of ambition and protean career orientation as possible factors in such a relationship. Participants were 228 unemployed subjects who had requested individual counselling for job searching; data were collected by means of a self-report questionnaire. Results confirmed that emotion regulation is related to employability, both through a direct relationship and through an indirect eect of ambition and protean career orientation.
Emotion Regulation and Employability: The Mediational Role of Ambition and a Protean Career among Unemployed People / Panari, Chiara; Tonelli, Michela; Mazzetti, Greta. - In: SUSTAINABILITY. - ISSN 2071-1050. - 12:22(2020), p. 9347. [10.3390/su12229347]
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