Skill areas and specializations have been identified from previous research. This information, along with the importance of skills to a professional�s specialization, will be used as inputs for a measure of fit, defined as Person-Specialization-Skill Fit. Previous studies have shown fitness, such as person-job fit, to be positively related to career success when such is defined in terms of career or job satisfaction. Thus, this study will use a definition of career success also defined in terms of satisfaction.
Data on skills, collected using a skills assessment instrument, and a follow-up survey on the importance of these skills and the professional�s level of career satisfaction will be used to study the relationship. The results of this study should be useful to academics in developing curricula, to industry in learning how skills relate to success in IS specializations, and to individuals in deciding on education or in selecting a IS specialization.
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