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The findings indicate that administrative staff burnout
is not a significant problem in the D.C.C.C.D. While mean
differences existed, no significant differences were found
among the eight administrative group levels on any MBI sub-
scale. Female administrators reported significantly higher
levels of burnout on the Emotional Exhaustion subscale and
lower levels of burnout on the Personal Accomplishment sub-
scale than did male administrators. Older administrators
recorded less burnout on the Emotional Exhaustion subscales
than did younger staff members. An attempt to construct a
predictor formula which would help identify potential burnout
victims among college administrators met with limited success
The study identified successful coping and stress management
Recommendations based on the findings from the study
included the following:
1. The D.C.C.C.D. should continue efforts to improve
the quality of work life for all employees;
2. An exit interview designed to analyze the reasons
why administrators leave their positions should be initiated;
3. Further study should utilize new and more effective
assessment instruments and should include an expanded target
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Ellis, Steve Erwin. A Study of Burnout Levels Among Community College Administrators, dissertation, December 1983; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc332066/m1/4/: accessed July 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .