Anticipated Job Satisfaction Attitudinal Bias Among University Female Business Majors

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This work derived attitudinal input from 397 female college business majors concerning their preference for various job factors drawn from previously validated studies and their expected levels of satisfaction with those job factors in new job situations following graduation. Data were collected through the distribution of a questionnaire consisting of three sections: (1) demographic categories, (2) a list of twenty job factors with a Likert-like scale for respondents to record the strength of desire for each, and (3) an identical list of job factors with a Likert-like scale for respondents to record the expected level of satisfaction with those job ... continued below

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Godkin, Roy Lynn December 1981.

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This work derived attitudinal input from 397 female college business majors concerning their preference for various job factors drawn from previously validated studies and their expected levels of satisfaction with those job factors in new job situations following graduation. Data were collected through the distribution of a questionnaire consisting of three sections: (1) demographic categories, (2) a list of twenty job factors with a Likert-like scale for respondents to record the strength of desire for each, and (3) an identical list of job factors with a Likert-like scale for respondents to record the expected level of satisfaction with those job factors on their new job.

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Godkin, Roy Lynn. Anticipated Job Satisfaction Attitudinal Bias Among University Female Business Majors, dissertation, December 1981; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc331346/: accessed July 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .