The purpose of this paper is to find the effects of boundaryless career, organizational commitment, and external support seeking on career satisfaction.
The data were collected from 271 South Korean financial company employees through the survey method. Descriptive analysis was conducted, followed by the correlation and multiple regression analyses.
The study results showed that organizational mobility preference has a negative effect on career satisfaction. The results also showed that boundaryless mindset and external support seeking have positive effects on career satisfaction.
This study showed theoretically that an individual’s specific career related behaviors and attitudes have a positive influence on career satisfaction.
Practically, this study results showed some suggestion for enhancing the employee’s career satisfaction by constructing a career support system.
This paper provides a better understanding of the influences of boundaryless career, organizational commitment, and external support seeking on career satisfaction with an HRD perspective.
This study was supported by Incheon National University Research Grant.
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