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ERIC Number: ED026060
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1968-Sep
Pages: 40
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Housing and Transportation Study: Full-Time Employees.
Kendra, Lawrence M.; Noble, Sidney
This questionnaire survey shows the many influences on selection of housing and transportation by employees of a Cleveland junior college district (Cuyahoga Community College). It is felt the data would be pertinent to personnel recruitment, housing policies for faculty and staff, private housing developments, dissemination of housing information by the college, assessment of campus parking needs, etc. Administrator response was 74.2%; faculty, 51.9%; and non-academic personnel, 36.1%. Part I, Respondents' Characteristics, covers their job classification, sex, and marital status. Part II, Transportation, shows distances from work, methods of transportation, and average commuting time. Part III, Housing, compares employees' actual housing conditions and degrees of satisfaction with their preferences. It also notes the influence of proximity to church or school, rental charges, and mortgage payments on housing choice. Part IV records the likes and dislikes of the respondents for the Cleveland metropolitan area. All data are shown in tables. (HH)
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Authoring Institution: Cuyahoga Community Coll., Cleveland, OH.
Identifiers - Location: Ohio