1997 年 18 巻 1 号 p. 9-16
The present study was intended to investigate relation among "job-hunt" relevant stressors (physical stressors, firm-relevant stressors, aptitude/interests-relevant stressors), social supports (emotional support, informative support), and satisfaction with "job-hunt" process. A questionnaire was administered to final year undergraduate students (N=165) who were searching for a job. Results indicated that (1) "job-hunt" relevant stressors relates to "job-hunt" process, (2) "job-hunt" relevant stressors and social support relate to satisfaction with "job-hunt" process. (3) Results that discribed above show different pattarns by sex and by the degree of involvement to "job hunt". A role that "job-hunt" relevant stressors and social support play, the differences by sex and the degree of involvement, the concerning matters were discussed.