Reliability and validity of the Career Competencies Questionnaire among Chinese kindergarten teachers

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Kequn Chu
Faye Qin
Li Zhang
Cite this article:  Chu, K., Qin, F., & Zhang, L. (2023). Reliability and validity of the Career Competencies Questionnaire among Chinese kindergarten teachers. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 51(1), e12002.


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We investigated the validity and reliability of the Career Competencies Questionnaire (CCQ) in the cultural context of China. We translated the original version of the CCQ into Chinese and then conducted an exploratory factor analysis and a confirmatory factor analysis, and examined the internal consistency reliability and test–retest reliability. The CCQ–Chinese version comprised 21 items separated into six factors: reflection on motivation, reflection on qualities, networking, self-profiling, work exploration, and career control. According to the statistical results, the CCQ had adequate psychometric properties in the Chinese cultural context and may be utilized as a new instrument to assess Chinese kindergarten teachers’ career competency.

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