AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF SOME DEMOGRAPHIC AND WORK-RELATED VARIABLES ON JOB SATISFACTION OF ACADEMICS IN A TURKISH UNIVERSITY1

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Abstract

The Job Satisfaction Survey was administered to 610 faculty in a university in North Cyprus. As expected, job satisfaction increased with rank, and those who held administrative positions were more satisfied than staff who did not. The longer the participants had served in the current university, the higher their rated job satisfaction. Job satisfaction of women in higher academic positions was higher than that of their male peers. Age was not correlated with increases in job satisfaction.

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