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Author(s): Rimsha Lakesh*

Email(s): rimshalakesh26@gmail.com

Address: Department of Home Science, Govt. D.B. Girls P.G. College, Raipur, India
*Corresponding author: rimshalakesh26@gmail.com

Published In:   Volume - 32,      Issue - 1,     Year - 2019

DOI: 10.52228/JRUB.2019-32-1-10  

ABSTRACT:
The objective of the present empirical piece of research work is to examine the moderation effect of gender on the relationship between occupational aspiration and career maturity. Following the stratified random sampling technique 1000 students were drawn from different schools at Durg city, to serve as participants in the present research work. Career maturity was measured by Career Maturity Inventory (Gupta, 1989). Occupational aspiration was measured by Grewal (1975). Moderation effect was worked out through hierarchical multiple regression analysis. Result of the study indicated that, gender was significant moderator on the relationship between occupational aspiration and career maturity. It is concluded that there is sufficient empirical and statistical evidence of the moderation effect of gender on the relationship between relationship between occupational aspiration and career maturity.

Cite this article:
Lakesh (2019). Moderating effect of gender on the association between occupational Aspiration and carrier maturity. Journal of Ravishankar University (Part-B: Science), 32 (1), pp. 61-75.DOI: https://doi.org/10.52228/JRUB.2019-32-1-10


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