An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities)


This article examines the subject of the employment of Palestinians in the light of the applicants’ perceptions of the online application system. The aim was to examine the level of the university graduated in Palestine for the use of Internet employment in the 12 important dimensions (perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, perceived privacy risk, perceived enjoyment, perceived stress, application-specific self-efficacy, performance expectancy, intention, subjective norm, perceived behavioral control, habit, and attitude), and to determine if there are any benefits for graduated in Palestine. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistical analysis. The researchers then used correlation analysis to investigate the relationship between the variables. The study found that the employment sites benefits to graduated, it preserves their privacy, increases their job opportunities and helps them improve their profile. It shows that the 12 important dimensions when employing online employment have been significantly correlated.