1. INTRODUCTION Career decision-making self-efficacy (CDMSE) is the specific application of self-efficacy theory in the domain of career studies. Based on Bandura’s self-efficacy theory and Crites’s career maturity theory, Taylor and Betz define CDMSE as the extent to which individuals’ believe that they can evaluate themselves, collect career information, select goals, make plans, and resolve problems relevant to career decision-making . It has been found that CDMSE is of great importance to individuals career development. Individuals with higher level of CDMSE tend to be more active and positive in career decision-making, while individuals with lower level of CDMSE tend to be more passive and negative when choosing careers [2-4].