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Job Satisfaction and Its Decisive Parameters

K. A. Ustinova () and A. N. Gordievskaya
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K. A. Ustinova: Vologda Scientific Center, Russian Academy of Sciences
A. N. Gordievskaya: Vologda Scientific Center, Russian Academy of Sciences

Studies on Russian Economic Development, 2019, vol. 30, issue 1, 86-92

Abstract: Abstract— Based on the survey of the employed population of the Vologda oblast for 2016, a regression model was constructed that reflects the relationship between job satisfaction and the parameters characterizing job stability, fairness of labor remuneration in relation to labor contribution, and availability of additional guarantees. The research results indicate that the main factor affecting job satisfaction is the material factor.

Date: 2019
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