Job satisfaction among community college occupational-technical faculty
Community College Journal of Research and Practice
Job satisfaction and its related phenomena have been of considerable interest for many years. A review of the job satisfaction literature, however, revealed few studies that have examined the job satisfaction of both full‐time and part‐time community college faculty. The study was designed to determine (a) the level of job satisfaction among occupational‐technical faculty in relation to 10 factors based on F. Herzberg, B. Mausner, and B. Snyderman's (1959) Motivation‐Hygiene Theory and (b) the relative difference of job satisfaction between full‐time and part‐time occupational‐technical faculty. Results of the study indicated that both the full‐time and part‐time occupational‐technical faculty were satisfied with their jobs. © 1998 Taylor and Francis Group, LLC.
Truell, A., Price, W., & Joyner, R. (1998). Job satisfaction among community college occupational-technical faculty. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 22 (2), 111-122. https://doi.org/10.1080/1066892980220202