Correlates of job satisfaction of early career employees in printing and publishing occupations

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Title: Correlates of job satisfaction of early career employees in printing and publishing occupations
Author: Walker, Ashley; Sorce, Patricia
Abstract: This survey-based study examined the overall job satisfaction of graduates in graphic arts programs from the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Survey results were used to conduct further analysis to determine which correlates of overall job satisfaction were statistically significant. Personal gratification derived from doing one’s job was found to be the most strongly correlated job facet to overall job satisfaction.
Description: RIT Printing Industry Center research monograph.
Record URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1850/9126
Date: 2009

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  • Printing Industry Center Research (CIAS)
    Dedicated to the study of major business environment influences on the printing industry, precipitated by new technologies and societal changes. With the support of RIT, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, and our Industry Partners, it is our mission to continue to develop and articulate the knowledge necessary for the long-term economic health of the printing industry.

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