Using a sample from a 1st wave of Graduate Occupational Mobility Survey(GOMS), this study attempts to ascertain determinants and their causal relationships of job satisfaction of wage workers. Employing structural equation modeling, the authors builded up the research model that includes explanatory variables such socioeconomic status, satisfaction with their own college education, private tutoring experience for being employed, and job match, and final dependent variable such as job satisfactions with both institutional and emotional conditions. The results show that job match and satisfaction with college education have a significant effect on overall institutional as well as emotional job satisfaction. Also, private tutoring for job-earning has an influence on job satisfaction with institutional conditions. Meanwhile, we found that socioeconomic status is likely to deepen gaps among social classes in labor-market performances and quality of life, because it affects job satisfaction by way of private tutoring and quality of college education, which is measured by satisfaction with their own college education. In addition, we divided our sample into full-time and part-time wage worker, and analyzed each sample respectively.
Through these analyses, we ascertained that there are some differences in causal relationships of determinants of job-satisfaction between full-time and part-time workers. From these results, the authors suggest that to improve wage workers’job-satisfaction, we should a lots of effort such as reforming quality of college education and providing students with various and good programs which is matching with demands of labor-market.
- 대졸 임금근로자의 일자리 만족도 영향요인에 대한 구조 분석(Determinants of job satisfaction of wage worker)
- 백병부; 황여정
대졸 임금근로자의 일자리 만족도 영향요인에 대한 구조 분석(Determinants of job satisfaction of wage worker)
|Journal Title; Vol./Issue||직업능력개발연구:vol. 12(no. 2)|
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Social Development < Employment|