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What is job satisfaction?
Theories/ models of job satisfaction
Justification for the study
responses to the survey
background of the respondents
Satisfaction with primary duties
Satisfaction with other aspects of the job
Measure of job satisfaction
Table 5: Job satisfaction test
General measure of job satisfaction
Table 6: An analysis of responses to the job satisfaction test
Specific measure of job satisfaction
Evaluation of the alternative methods
Summary and conclusions
Factors that contribute to satisfaction
Factors that contribute to dissatisfaction
The criteria used for classification
Method and statistical analysis
The groups of university teachers
Happy workers (Group 1)
Satisfied workers (Group 2)
Unhappy workers (Group 3)
Comparison of the groups of university teachers
Comparison of groups on the primary functions
Comparison of groups on other aspects of the job
Implications of the groupings of university teachers
Similarities and differences in job satisfaction levels
Summary and conclusions of the comparative study
Table 14: UK population
Summary, conclusions and implications
Figure 2: Histogram of ANOVA results: rank x gender
Literature review on pay satisfaction
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Job Satisfaction in Higher Education

Job Satisfaction in Higher Education

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This book is about the job satisfaction or dissatisfaction of workers generally, and those in higher education in particular. The aim of the book is to explain how to determine the average level of workers’ job satisfaction as a basis for decision and policy making in organisations including the relevant government departments.
This book is about the job satisfaction or dissatisfaction of workers generally, and those in higher education in particular. The aim of the book is to explain how to determine the average level of workers’ job satisfaction as a basis for decision and policy making in organisations including the relevant government departments.

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