دوره 4، شماره 13، زمستان 1401، صفحات 170 - 182
نویسندگان : Nasratullah Parsa * و Samira Khairi

چکیده :
The relationship between employment and academic motivation among college students is a critical issue that requires in-depth research. With the increasing higher education costs, more students take part-time or full-time jobs during their studies to pay for their tuition and living expenses. While employment can provide college students valuable work experience and financial support, it can also negatively impact their motivation and academic performance. The present applied-descriptive study is organized into two parts. The first part used documentary and library studies to compile the topics, and the second analyzed the research findings through the distribution of questionnaires and the use of SPSS software. In this study, 50 of the 100 participants were men, and 50 were women. Of these participants, 75 were in the age range of 18-25 and 25 in the age range of 26-30 years. The findings of inferential statistics demonstrated that employment, foresight, and extrinsic motivation have a strong positive and significant relationship with students’ academic motivation. In addition, a relatively weak relationship existed between intrinsic motivation and students’ academic motivation.

کلمات کلیدی :
Intrinsic motivation; Extrinsic motivation; Foresight; Career visualization; College students; University


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