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Danner, Daniel; Lechner, Clemens M.; Rammstedt, Beatrice – Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 2020
This paper presents one of the first cross-nationally comparative studies on the economic and social returns to grit (perseverance and passion for long-term goals). Specifically, we investigated whether grit incrementally predicted objective (income) and subjective (job satisfaction) career success over and above cognitive skills and educational…
Descriptors: Persistence, Job Satisfaction, Success, Income
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Bonsang, Eric; van Soest, Arthur – Social Indicators Research, 2012
Using data on individuals of age 50 and older from 11 European countries, we analyze two economic aspects of subjective well-being of older Europeans: satisfaction with household income, and job satisfaction. Both have been shown to contribute substantially to overall well-being (satisfaction with life or happiness). We use anchoring vignettes to…
Descriptors: Family Income, Life Satisfaction, Job Satisfaction, Purchasing
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Sümer, Nebi; Helvaci, Elif; Misirlisoy, Mine – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2013
The interest in studying psychology has dramatically increased in the recent decades in Turkey. However, only 60% of psychology graduates work in jobs related to psychology. Moreover, there is no data on employability and job distribution of psychology graduates or on their job satisfaction. In the current study, the authors' first aim was to…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Graduates, Employment Potential, Job Satisfaction
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Isgör, Isa Yücel; Haspolat, Namik Kemal – International Education Studies, 2016
The purpose of this research was to investigate the relationship between job satisfaction and psychological well-being levels of different occupational employees (education, security, health, justice, worker, engineer, and religious official) carrying on their duties in different institutions and organizations in a mid-scale provincial center of…
Descriptors: Well Being, Job Satisfaction, Foreign Countries, Measures (Individuals)
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Chalari, Maria – Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies, 2020
The crisis that began in 2008 in Greece was not simply a financial crisis but a multiple and plural crisis. This multiple crisis has had a profound impact on people's well-being and happiness, reaching far beyond the losses of jobs and income, and affecting citizens' satisfaction with their lives. This paper attempts, through a bottom-up approach…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Psychological Patterns, Student Attitudes, Economic Climate
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Mehta, Kamlesh; Uhlig, Ronald – American Journal of Business Education, 2017
This paper examines the potential of business administration vs. computer science degrees in terms of earnings, job security, and job satisfaction. The paper focuses on earnings potential five years and ten years after the completion of business administration and computer science degrees. Moreover, the paper presents the income changes with…
Descriptors: Computer Science Education, Business Administration Education, Income, Salaries
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Dumford, Amber D.; Miller, Angie L. – Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 2017
Institutions may be interested in using alumni career success as evidence of institutional effectiveness, but the current study suggests that using income as the sole outcome may not be entirely capturing the occupational experience of graduates. Utilising data from the Strategic National Arts Alumni Project, exploratory and confirmatory factor…
Descriptors: Alumni, Success, Income, Outcomes of Education
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Bacon, Donald R. – Journal of Marketing Education, 2017
In a replication of a classic article by Hunt, Chonko, and Wood, regression analysis was conducted using data from a sample of 864 marketing professionals. In contrast to Hunt, Chonko, and Wood, an undergraduate degree in marketing was positively related to income in marketing jobs, but surprisingly, respondents with some nonmarketing majors…
Descriptors: Marketing, Business Administration Education, Career Readiness, Regression (Statistics)
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Dinc, M. Sait; Kocyigit, Zubeyde – European Journal of Educational Research, 2017
The main purpose of this paper is to examine the effect of ethical leadership on teachers' job satisfaction, and affective commitment in an education sector. This study proposes that ethical leadership has a significant and positive effect on overall job satisfaction and affective commitment. Moreover, it suggests that ethical leadership has an…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Job Satisfaction, Demography, Teacher Attitudes
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Song, Huan; Gu, Qing; Zhang, Zhonghua – Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 2020
This article examines the nature of teachers' subjective wellbeing. Drawing upon the survey evidence from a three-year mixed methods study in China, the article explores the dynamic interaction between key aspects of teachers' subjective wellbeing: "altruism" and "self-efficacy" (psychological functioning) and "work…
Descriptors: Teacher Welfare, Teacher Salaries, Job Satisfaction, Altruism
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Ara, Kaukab; Akbar, Aisha – Bulletin of Education and Research, 2016
This paper is an effort to explore the impact of moonlighting practices on job satisfaction of teachers of public sector universities of the province of Punjab and Federal Capital. Only main campuses of universities were included and the sample of the study consisted of all four categories of university teachers, Professors, Associate Professors,…
Descriptors: Multiple Employment, Job Satisfaction, College Faculty, Foreign Countries
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Han, Hyojung; Rojewski, Jay W. – Journal of Research in Technical Careers, 2017
The purpose of this study was to identify latent classes of college-educated late-baby-boomer generation women's economic attainment (income) patterns during mid-career and examine the family and job satisfaction characteristics within each latent class. Longitudinal latent class analysis was used to analyze income data from the National…
Descriptors: Educational Attainment, Income, Females, Adults
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Ju, Boreum; Li, Jessica – European Journal of Training and Development, 2019
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to explore how training, job tenure and education-job and skills-job matches impact employees' turnover intention by using a representative national sample from the Korean Labor and Income Panel Study in which 1,531 individuals were followed from 2003 to 2014. Design/methodology/approach: A…
Descriptors: Tenure, Intention, Employee Attitudes, Labor Turnover
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Schmit Jongbloed, Lodewijk J.; Schönrock-Adema, Johanna; Borleffs, Jan C. C.; Stewart, Roy E.; Cohen-Schotanus, Janke – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2014
In this longitudinal study, we investigated the relationship between physicians' prior achievements (before, during and after medical school) and job satisfaction, and tested the two lines of reasoning that prior achievements influence job satisfaction positively or negatively, respectively. The participants were graduates who started their…
Descriptors: Physicians, Job Satisfaction, Longitudinal Studies, Achievement
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Espinoza, Oscar; McGinn, Noel; González, Luis; Sandoval, Luis; Castillo, Dante – Education & Training, 2019
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to determine which of the two variables would be a more reliable proxy for quality of university training--graduates' satisfaction with their degree program, or institutional prestige. Design/methodology/approach: Graduates of professional psychology and teaching programs from three Chilean universities…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students, Teaching Methods, Job Satisfaction
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