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The Generic Job Satisfaction Scale: Scale Development and Its Correlates
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Abstract of the Article
A scale on job satisfaction was developed, which could be used in a wide range of occupational groups. An initial item pool of 44 items thought to be aspects of job satisfaction was completed by a sample of 885 Ontario working adults in a wide range of occupations.
Factor analysis was conducted on the items and a set of l0 items was defined on one factor. Cronbach’s alpha for these items was .77. Average scores on the scales were not significantly different between males and females and among six major oc6upational groups. The scale was significantly related to workplace factors such as job stress, boredom, isolation and danger of illness or injury.
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- Scott Macdonald ([email protected])
- Peter Maclntyre
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