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DESIGN AND EXPLANATION MODEL OF PERCEPTUAL FACTORS AFFECTING INTRINSIC CAREER SUCCESS

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 Existing workplace throughout the world have experienced wide changes in the nature of jobs. Given the severity of these changes, it is referred to the new employment model. In this position, intrinsic career has become more important than extrinsic career. Given the importance of the PERCEPTION in INTRINSIC CAREER SUCCESS, the purpose of this research was to design and explain model of perceptual factors affecting INTRINSIC CAREER SUCCESS in service firms of Fars Province. For this purpose, with the aim of relevant literature, the most perceptual factors were considered. Then through the Delphi process using expert opinion in four steps, the most important factors in research population were identified. Finally seven factors, as most perceptual factors were determined and used in designing the path model. These factors based on the total impact on subjective career success respectively were: PERCEIVED ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT, person-organization fit, PERCEIVED CAREER PATH, learning climate, career self-efficacy, INTRINSIC MOTIVATION AT WORK and organizational selfesteem.Then on the basis of previous researches, analytical model was designed, and collected data from research population was analyzed using LISREL software. The designed model explained 72% of the variation in subjective career success, which indicates the important role of PERCEPTION in subjective career success. Also the model fitness indexes were in acceptable range. Conclusions and recommendations of study can help the career success of employees in service organizations and other similar companies in Iran.

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