The Impact of Socio-emotional competencies, Socio-economic factors, and the Employability process on Employment Status
Shabbir Ali and
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The main purpose of this research is to empirically examine how factors like socio-emotional competencies, socio-economic factors, and employability process which are separate elements influence the employment status. We have employed SEM technique through Smart PLS. We have targeted the graduates who aged between 22-45 and above in Karachi, Pakistan. 250 participants are chosen as sample size in this research. According to this study SEC, SEF, and EP have an impact on both employed and unemployed employment status. These findings suggest a person’s employment status is affected by these factors (SEC, SEF, and EP) and these are the key factors for unemployed, employed, or self-employed people can be useful to know that what can affect their employment status. The momentum research adds to the writing by tracking down that all factors are similarly viable because this study supports all three factors i.e. (SEC, SEF, and EP), and shows their significant impact on Employment status. In the practical context, the following research will help the practitioners to implement these variables for better and responsive employee management.
Keywords: Socio-emotional; Socio-economic; employability; PLS-SEM; Karachi (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A1 A14 M1 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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