Perceived Job Satisfaction Factors of Nursing Assistants Employed in Midwest Nursing Homes


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Abstract

The purpose of this study was to determine the perceptions of nursing assistants employed in Midwest nursing homes in relation to job satisfaction. The study population included 283 nursing assistants employed in 24 nursing homes. An analysis of frequencies using chi square at the .05 level of significance was used to examine the significance of the responses. Study results indicated the nursing assistants were most concerned with the security of their jobs, the potential within their jobs for growth and development, socialization, and challenge in their work.

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