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dc.contributor.authorKoen, Jessie
dc.contributor.authorKlehe, Ute-Christine
dc.contributor.authorVan Vianen, Annelies E. M.
dc.contributor.authorZikic, Jelena
dc.contributor.authorNauta, Aukje
dc.description.abstractPast job-search research has focused on how hard unemployed people search for a job, but we still know little about the strategies that people use during their search and how we can predict the quality of the reemployment found. The first aim of this study was to predict the use of different job-search strategies via job-seekers´ career adaptability. The second aim was to examine the impact of different job-search strategies on both the number of job-offers and the quality of the obtained job. In a two-wave study, 248 unemployed people indicated their career adaptability and the job-search strategies that they used. The use of a focused and exploratory strategy contributed to the number of job offers, whereas the use of an exploratory strategy reduced the quality of reemployment 8 months later. Moreover, career decision making and career confidence positively predicted reemployment quality. Implications for reemployment practice and further research are discussed.en
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dc.subjectjob search strategyen
dc.subjectcareer adaptabilityen
dc.subjectreemployment qualityen
dc.titleJob-search strategies and reemployment quality : The impact of career adaptabilityen
local.affiliationFB 06 - Psychologie und Sportwissenschaftde_DE
local.opus.instituteArbeits- und Organisationspsychologiede_DE
local.source.freetextJournal of Vocational Behavior 77 (2010) 1, 126-139; doi:10.1016/j.jvb.2010.02.004de_DE

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