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The current study examined the impact of person–job fit on job satisfaction, with a primary focus on confirmation of the mediator role of self efficacy among a sample of 455 staffs. Participants completed a questionnaire packet containing Person–Job Fit Scale, The General Self-Efficacy Scale, and Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire. The results revealed that both person–job fit and self efficacy were significantly correlated with job satisfaction. Structural equation modeling indicated that self efficacy partially mediated person–job fit to job satisfaction. The final model also revealed significant both paths from person–job fit to job satisfaction through self efficacy. The findings extended prior researches and shed light on how person–job fit influence job satisfaction; this provides valuable evidence on how to promote subjective well-being at the workplaces.
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