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The Effects of Job Stress, Depression, and Psychological Happiness on Job Satisfaction of Office Workers
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The Effects of Job Stress, Depression, and Psychological Happiness on Job Satisfaction of Office Workers
Lee, Hae-Kyung; Nam, Chun-Youn;
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 Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to identify factors that predict job satisfaction in office workers. Participants were recruited from eight industries in B Ku in D city, and the research was carried out from February 10 until October 10, 2014. Job satisfaction was assessed using the Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire (MSQ). Methods: Data was analyzed using Pearson correlation coefficients and a stepwise multiple regression analysis with SPSS/WIN 18.0. There was a negative correlation between job satisfaction and job stress. Results: Job stress (lack of reward, occupational climate, job demand, job insecurity) and psychological happiness were identified as determinants of job satisfaction, which explained 43.6% of the total variance of job satisfaction. Conclusion: The findings provide empirical evidence to help nurses prepare effective interventions related to the mental health promotion of office workers.
 Keywords
Industry;Workers;Stress;Depression;Happiness;Job satisfaction;
 Language
Korean
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