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Syed Kashan Ali Shah (), Prof. Dr. Syed Shabib ul Hasan () and Zulfiqar Ali ()
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Syed Kashan Ali Shah: Department of Public Administration, University of Karachi, Karachi.
Prof. Dr. Syed Shabib ul Hasan: Department of Public Administration, University of Karachi, Karachi.
Zulfiqar Ali: Professor at Department of Public Administration, University of Karachi, Kara- chi.

IBT Journal of Business Studies (JBS), 2019, vol. 15, issue 2, 15-10

Abstract: The research underpinned the assessment of the link between professional business education and job performance along with career progression in the case of Ka- rachi, Pakistan. The research further tested the moderation of satisfaction level of stakeholders. The research design of the study was quantitative whilst the sample size of the study was 250 respondents of Karachi as the research used the primary method of data collection using a survey questionnaire. The techniques employed are correlation analysis, regression analysis and moderation analysis using hierar- chical regression. The software used was SPSS. The results found that the effect on professional business education on job performance and career progression was found to be significant in the case of Karachi, Pakistan. Moreover, the modera- tion was also found to be significant of satisfaction level of stakeholders includ- ing corporate personalities, managers, students, and teachers between professional business education and job performance. However, moderation was insignificant between professional business education and career progression. The research was limited to Karachi, Pakistan and to the domain of professional business studies. In future, the improvements can be brought by conducting comparative research between Pakistan and other developing nations like China, India or others. The research has added value to business studies conducted in the context of Pakistan and specifically Karachi. It has further contributed to the body of knowledge by making it avid how stakeholders generally perceive students seeking professional education in Pakistan

Keywords: Professional business education; job performance; career progression; satisfaction level of stakeholders; Karachi (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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DOI: 10.46745/ilma.ibtjbs.2019.152.10

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