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1 An Empirical Investigation of the Predictors of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Career Success of Structural Engineers: A Career Planning Model Tomas Ucol Ganiron Jr 1, Abdulaziz S. Al-Aboodi 2 1 Qassim University, KSA 2 Qassim University, KSA Abstract. This descriptive study aimed to analyze the degree to which human capital, social capital and psychological capital predicted structural engineer career success towards a career planning model. Career success was assumed compromise extrinsic (compensation, fringe benefits, promotions, structural projects worked) and intrinsic (career satisfaction, job satisfaction and life satisfaction) elements. Some interesting insights of the study are: a) The profile of structural engineers especially in terms of human capital, social capital and psychological capital, to a large extent contribute in the success of structural engineers; b) The level of career success of structural engineers is dependent on the profile of structural engineers that determine its extrinsic and intrinsic success; c) Structural engineers length of service, CE licensure examination, network and professional linkages, extraversion trait and conscientiousness trait were found to have highly contributed to extrinsic success d) Highest educational attainment, length of service in current company, superior, network and professional linkages, and extraversion trait were found to have highly contributed to intrinsic success of structural engineers; e) Human capital factor such as length of service in current company is the best predictor of career success in terms of fringe benefits and job satisfaction.. On the other hand, CE licensure examination rating can best predict extrinsic success in terms of promotion. f) Psychological capital factor such as extraversion trait is the best predictor of career success in terms of compensation, career satisfaction and life satisfaction. Keywords: career success, structural engineer, extrinsic success, intrinsic success, structural engineer, management 1. Introduction Career success has long been a construct of considerable interest to career scholars and practitioners not to mention the multitude of individuals engaged in a career. The career literature is replete with theories, models and accounts of career intervention programs aimed at predicting and ultimately facilitating career success. Structural engineers are employed primarily by government agencies for inspecting construction projects for safety and adherence to local and federal building standards. Structural engineers often closely with construction managers and has to be careful to avoid forming relationship that could cloud their professional judgment. The structural integrity of a building is based on sound engineering principles and the use of high quality materials; no amount of amicability can keep building standing without those things. Many noted that construction managers will argue for the integrity of their construction when the building codes were not meet. Structural engineers have to be reproach at their jobs; too much is at stake for everyone involved. An unusual aspect of being structural engineer is that an engineer has to understand the timing of construction projects better than construction manager himself. This is because random inspections and unsupervised tours through the construction site are critical to keep builders honest and the public safe. 2. Conceptual Framework 2.1. IPO Model Drawing conclusions from theory and research from psychology, human resource management, and labor economics, the researcher focuses on the concept of Bosionoles theory that career success is defined as extrinsic and intrinsic outcomes. The objectively observable are compensation, fringe benefits, promotions, and structural projects worked and subjective reactions to career are career satisfaction, job satisfaction and life satisfaction. The Association Structural Engineers of the Philippines (2006) measures their career success on the number and type of projects they worked. This shows the pride of a structural engineer and serves as a landmark of humanity. The Manual of Professional Practice for structural engineers defined the different type of projects worked by a structural engineers.a type of worked such as design of structural members measures the creativity and innovation of an engineer through the use of different application of construction technology.

2 On the other hand, the success of structural engineers depends on the construction cost of projects, responsibility and scope of work. These are indicators of the basis fees of an engineer. (PICE 2010). The responsibility of a structural engineer is the services contributed to the projects. Moreover, the researchers used the concept of Schein theory that human capital, social capital and psychological capital are the factors of career success. This study uses the input-process-output approach with feedback serving as a major conduit to determine the predictors of career success of structural engineers. Empirical investigation is used in evaluating the career success of structural engineers. The input of this study focuses on the factors of career success of structural engineers. The factors serves as the input variable, significantly predict the extrinsic and intrinsic career success will designed a career planning model for the structural engineers. Several factors that influence the career success were considered. These include human capital, social capital and psychological capital. Considering the input mentioned, the process uses analysis of extrinsic success such as compensation fringe benefits, promotions, and structural projects worked and intrinsic success such as career satisfaction, job satisfaction and life satisfaction were acted as indicators in evaluating career success of structural engineers. Based on the process done, outputs generated are categorized in three major areas towards designing career planning model. First, the status of the structural engineers in terms of human capital, social capital and psychological capital were identified. Secondly, the level of career success of structural engineer in terms of extrinsic and intrinsic was determined and third, the factors predict the extrinsic and intrinsic success of structural engineers were identified. Through these major areas, a designed career planning model was made. This designed model aims to show the factors that predict the career success of structural engineers in terms of human capital, social capital and psychological capital. Human capital shows the profile of the respondents including cognitive skills, civil engineering board examination rating, types of work experience and professional development activities that a structural engineer needs to become successful in his career as a structural engineer. Social capital determines specific employability skills and aptitudes of structural engineers learned from a mentor. Other social capital such as network and professional linkages helped to gain technical skills in structural engineering profession. Psychological capital determines the personality traits and behavior of a successful structural engineer.moreover, this model shows the level of extrinsic and intrinsic success of structural engineer. Extrinsic success such as compensation, fringe benefits, promotion and structural project shows the visible outcomes of the success of structural engineer On the other hand, intrinsic success shows job, career and lifestyle values of the structural engineers. Moreover, this is a journey of discovery of one s own interests, aptitude and personality, which are very critical components in work environment. Such concept is presented in figure 1 Factors of Career Success Human Capitals * Age * Gender * Civil Status * Educational Attainment * Length of Service * Work Experience * CE Licensure Examination * Professional Development Social Capitals * Superior * Network & Professional Linkages Level of Career Success Extrinsic * Compensation * Fringe Benefits, Etc. * Promotions * Structural Projects Worked Intrinsic * Career Satisfaction * Job Satisfaction * Life Satisfaction CAREER PLANNING MODEL FOR STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS 2.2. Objectives Figure 1- Research Paradigm

3 The construction business involved in this study will be properly informed of predictors of career success that will lead to satisfaction of structural engineers. Hence, the contractors will be able to save a lot of time, effort, and money in training structural engineers for the improvement of their output. Subsequently, it determines what area in the human resources should be improved especially in construction industry. This will lead to development of career success strategies of structural engineers. The construction managers will be able to know the strengths and weaknesses of structural engineers. They can adopt favorable ways to create a wholesome relationship with their fellow engineers, thus, enhancing satisfaction result a good quality output. 3. Methods and Procedures The researchers utilized the descriptive method of research in four major areas 1) status of the structural engineers in terms of human capital, social capital and psychological capital 2) level of career success of structural engineer in terms of extrinsic and intrinsic 3) factors that predict the extrinsic and intrinsic success of structural engineers; and 4) career planning model for structural engineers. Questionnaire, structured interview and documentary analysis were also used to gather data that have been the basis of findings, conclusions and recommendations of this research. The subjects of this study were the companies located in the Philippines where vertical and horizontal structures projects are in progress. In 2011, record shows that 187 Structural engineers were employed in public and private firms Purposive sampling was utilized in order to determine the participation of the knowledgeable employees only by considering those who meet the following criteria such as holder of Civil Engineering degree, registered Civil Engineer, minimum of three (3) years of structural design experience since graduation, at least two (2) years of significant engineering work and member of the Association of the Structural Engineers of the Philippines. 4. Summary of Findings & Conclusions 4.1. Profile of the Structural Engineers Of the 110 respondents in this study, 48.1% fell within the category of 26 to35 years old. 31.9% were 36 to 45, and 20% were 51 years and older. 74 or 67.3% were male and 36 or 32.7% were female. Apparently, structural engineers are dominated by male since majority of their work needs climbing the building by using ladder and lifting heavy equipments for testing forensic in structural buildings which is appropriate work for men. Moreover, 47.3 % were single and 29.1% were married. Very few structural engineers, 12.7 % were widowed and 10.9 % separated. This shows that structural engineers were dominated by single and married status. Majority of the structural engineers, 50.9% obtained a MS/MEng. degree and 26.4% obtained a Bachelor degree. Very few structural engineers, 22.7% earned only a doctorate degree. Overall, the structural engineers appear to be highly educated holding a degree MS/MEng and Doctorate degree beyond a Bachelor degree. Many structural engineers, 67.3 % were between 5 to15 years in the company, 29.1 were less than 5 years and 3.6% between 16 to 20 years in their current company. Most structural engineers are seniors in their current job. Structural engineers work experiences were structural design, design management, managing construction and teaching design courses ranged not less than 5 to 20 years. Hence, structural engineers were dominated by worked experience both in design management and managing construction (60%) having less than 5 years work experience in construction industry. Many structural engineers have a high marked rating in the CE Licensure Examination, 51.8 % were between 91 and above 95%, 32.7% were between 70 to 75% and 15.5% between 81 to 90%. Most structural engineers have a high rating in the CE Licensure Examination. Majority of the respondents, 90 % chose active participation on a committee on holding an office in a professional or technical society as an answer. This means that structural engineers have important roles in seminars or workshops of the engineering profession and technical society. Respondents perception on their level of confidence to demonstrate employability skills and aptitude learned from a mentor have an over-all mean of 3.71 which is very high. Each employability skill and aptitudes learned from a mentor have a mean between 3.65 and Most mentors who have high employability skills and aptitudes are role models of structural engineers, Respondents perception on their level of confidence to demonstrate technical skills gained from networks and professional linkages have an

4 over-all mean of 3.66 which is very high. Each technical skill gained from networks and professional linkages have a mean between 3.49 and This means that structural engineers are very much interested in the technical skills gained from networks and professional linkages. Structural engineers view themselves as extraversion. Likewise, this is only among the Big Five Personality Traits in which a participant scored a high of 3.86 which means that structural engineers strongly agree that they possess extraversion trait. Moreover, respondent s perception on each personality traits has a mean between 3.78 and 3.86 and over-all mean of 3.8 which is very high among structural engineers. Hence, structural engineers possess very high positive personality traits in terms of agreeableness, conscientiousness, extraversion, emotional stability and openness Correlation between the factors of Career Success and level of Intrinsic and Extrinsic of Success. The factors of career success such as human capital, social capital and psychological capital were tested for multiple regression analysis to determine which of the above factors could best predict extrinsic and intrinsic success, In correlation analysis, the researchers found those structural projects worked are not significantly correlated with human capital, social and psychological capital. The finding shows significant relationship to fringe benefits. The age, civil status, highest educational; attainment, length of service in current company, work experiences in structural design, design management, managing construction and teaching design subjects have obtained R , 0.146, 0.120, 0.133, 0.211, and to promotion and significance values below at 0.05 level. The finding shows significant relationship to promotion. It could be inferred that human capital factor such as CE licensure examination rating can best predict extrinsic success in terms of promotion. On the other hand human capital factor such as length of service in current company can best predict extrinsic success in terms of fringe benefits and compensation. Human capital factors such as age, highest educational attainment, teaching design subjects experience, CE licensure examination rating and professional development have obtained R , 0.182, 0.156, and to career satisfaction and computed significant values are below at 0.05 level, the hypothesis is rejected indicating significant relationship to career satisfaction. Moreover; gender, highest educational attainment, length of service and structural design experience have obtained R , 0.160, and to job satisfaction and computed significant values are below at 0.05 level, the hypothesis is rejected indicating significant relationship to job satisfaction. Finally, gender, civil status highest educational attainment, work experiences in structural design, design management and managing construction have obtained R , 0.123, 0.198, 0.164, and to life satisfaction. The computed significant values are below at 0.05 level, the hypothesis is rejected indicating significant relationship to life satisfaction. It could be inferred that human capital factor such as length of service can best predict intrinsic success both job satisfaction and life satisfaction. On the other hand, human capital factor such as highest educational attainment can best predict intrinsic success in terms of career satisfaction. Social capital factors such as network and professional linkages have obtained R and to compensation and promotion. The computed significant values are below at 0.05 level, the hypothesis is rejected indicating significant relationship to compensation and promotion. It could be inferred that social capital factor such as network and professional linkages can best predict extrinsic success both compensation and promotion. Social capital factor such as superior have obtained R to career satisfaction. The computed significant value is below at 0.05 level, the hypothesis is rejected indicating significant relationship to career satisfaction. In terms of networks and professional linkages have obtained R , and to career satisfaction, job satisfaction and life satisfaction and computed significant values are below at 0.05 level, the hypothesis is rejected indicating significant relationship to intrinsic success.. It could be inferred that social capital factor such superior can best predict intrinsic success in terms of career

5 satisfaction. On the other hand, social capital factors such network and professional linkages can best predict intrinsic success in terms of job satisfaction and life satisfaction. Psychological capital factors such agreeableness, extraversion, conscientiousness, emotional stability and openness traits have obtained R , , and to compensation and computed significant values are below at 0.05 level, the hypothesis is rejected indicating significant relationship. Moreover; agreeableness and conscientiousness traits have obtained R and to fringe benefits and computed significant values are below at 0.05 level. The finding show significant relationship to fringe benefits. It could be inferred that psychological capital factor such as extraversion trait can best predict extrinsic success in terms of compensation. On the other hand psychological capital factor such as conscientiousness can best predict extrinsic success in terms of fringe benefits. Psychological capital factors such agreeableness, extraversion, conscientiousness, emotional stability and openness traits have obtained R , 0.469, 0.240, and to job satisfaction and computed significant values are below at 0.05 level, the hypothesis is rejected indicating significant relationship.moreover; extraversion, emotional stability and openness traits have obtained R , and to career satisfaction and computed significant values are below at 0.05 level. The finding show significant relationship to career satisfaction. Finally, agreeableness and extraversion traits obtained R and to life satisfaction and computed significant values are below at 0.05 level. The finding shows significant relationship to life satisfaction. It could be inferred that psychological capital factor such as extraversion trait can best predict intrinsic success in terms of career satisfaction, job satisfaction and life satisfaction Conclusions It is concluded that the profile of structural engineers especially in terms of human capital, social capital and psychological capital, to a large extent contribute in the success of structural engineer.the level of career success of structural engineers is dependent on the profile of structural engineers that determine its extrinsic and intrinsic success. The length of service, CE licensure examination, network and professional linkages, extraversion trait and conscientiousness trait were found to highly contribute to extrinsic success of structural engineers. Highest educational attainment, length of service, superior, network and professional linkages and extraversion trait were found to highly contribute to intrinsic success of structural engineers. Human capital factor such as length of service in current company is the best predictor of career success in terms of fringe benefits and job satisfaction. On the other hand, CE licensure examination rating can best predict extrinsic success in terms of promotion. Psychological capital factor such as extraversion trait is the best predictor of career success in terms of compensation, career satisfaction and life satisfaction. 5. References [1] Ackerman, P. L. (2010). Individual Differences in Skill Learning: An Integration of Psychometric and Information Processing Perspectives, Psychological Bulletin, (102), pp

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